The world’s oldest living person could be the 119 great-great-Filipina grandmother from Negros Occidental, Philippines, once her birth records are verified by the Gerontology Research Group or Guinness World Records.
This global organization that keeps track of the world’s supercentenarians is the Gerontology Research Group, a researcher of people confirmed to have lived to be 110 years or older.
Francisca Susano, is from Oringao, Kabankalan, Negros Occidental, Philippines was born on September 11, 1897, and has more than 100 grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren, according to one of her grandsons Ernesto Susano and she could be the Guinness World Record holder.
Lola Susano was the oldest of the 75 centenarians who received ₱100,000 each from the provincial government at the Negros Occidental’s 117th Cinco de Noviembre celebration last year.
Amazingly Lola Susano can still walk on her own and hears well enough to play the harmonica while her secret to a long life is by eating fresh vegetables from their farm which she cooks without preservatives.
Currently, the oldest living person recognized so far is the 116-year-old Italian named Emma Morano. - JCE.