World’s Oldest Woman Dies At 124

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World's Oldest Woman Dies At 124

World’s Oldest Woman Dies At 124.

Oldest Woman in The World’ Dies Aged 124 Francisca Susano, who was believed to be perhaps the oldest person in the world died on Monday night, November 22, at her home in the Philippines.

Affectionately known as Lola Iska, the city government of Kabankalan in Negros Occidental confirmed that she died at 6:45 PM. Lola was born on September 11, 1897 – a year before the Spanish relinquished reign over the Philippines.

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World's Oldest Woman Dies At 124
World's Oldest Woman Dies At 124

This was the same year the ice cream scoop was invented. Officials say the supercentenarian was the world’s last surviving person born in the 19th century.

Francisca’s cause of death is yet to be determined. She will be tested for Covid, but it is not believed she had any symptoms of the illness. It is believed the secret to her long life includes a diet mainly consisting of vegetables and a little meat with no pork.

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She also credits not drinking alcohol as playing a big role in her long life.

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UN announced recently that it had released a staggering 40 million dollars as an emergency injection aimed at alleviating the deteriorating humanitarian situation following the yearlong fighting that has consumed the north of the country

The announcement that was made by the UN Aid Chief, Martin Griffiths on Monday was construed as an effort to scale up humanitarian efforts in the conflict- ridden region and address what is undoubtedly a deteriorating humanitarian situation.

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