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LOLA FRANCISCA SUSANO, BELIEVED TO BE THE OLDEST PERSON LIVING IN THE PHILIPPINES DIED AT 124

 Lola Francisca Susano, who was known to be the oldest living person in the Philippines died on Monday, November 22, 6:45 P.M. She is 124 years old. 





The news was confirmed by the Kabankalan City Public Information Office through its Facebook post.





"Her official declaration as the oldest person in the world at 124 years old is currently validated by the Guinness World Records," City Government of Kabankalan wrote.




Susano was born on September 11, 1897, way back before the country became  independent from Spanish rule.



As of September this year, Guinness World Records was still verifying the documents submitted for her to be officially declared as the world's oldest living. person.




Lola Iska, a Supercentenarian, was previously visited by Senior Citizens Party-List Rep. Rodolfo Ordanes who filed a resolution urging the House of Representatives to grant Susano a P1-million cash gift in recognition of her "monumental achievement".




She lived through all 16 Philippine president, survived the 1918-20 Spanish Flu pandemic, and the World War I and II.



She has 14 children, and it seemed that long-life runs from the blood as her eldest daughter is also a centenarian at 101 years old.



At the age of 124, she surpasses Kane Tanaka (118) of Japan supercentenarian, who holds the title of the 'World's oldest living person" in the Guinness World records.

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