Woman in Negros Occidental celebrates her 122nd birthday

Woman in Negros Occidental celebrates her 122nd birthday

- A grandmother in Negros Occidental recently celebrated her 122nd birthday

- Lola Francisca Susano was born on September 11, 1897

- She may be the oldest living person in the world

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A woman in Negros Occidental has recently turned 122 years old on September 11, Wednesday.

KAMI learned that Francisca Susano had a simple celebration with her family at home in Barangay Oringao, Kabankalan City.

In a report by the Inquirer (author Carla Gomez), Lola Francisca’s granddaughter Helen Susano Cachero shared that her grandmother was born on September 11, 1897.

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Helen also revealed that they were already processing the official recognition of Lola Francisca as the world’s oldest person in The Guinness Book of World Records. The current record holder of the oldest person in the world is Kane Tanaka from Japan, 116 years old as of March 9, 2019.

Lola Francisca is a mother of 14 children. According to her family, she used to be a farmer and loves to eat fresh vegetables.

The local police officers also visited Lola Francisca on her birthday and gave her a present.

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Happy birthday, Lola Francisca!

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