World’s ‘oldest person’ dies in Indonesia during 146: relatives


SRAGEN, Indonesia An Indonesian male reported to be a world’s oldest chairman died during a age of 146 this week, family members pronounced on Tuesday.

Sodimejo, who was famous locally as Mbah Gotho, was innate in Dec 1870, according to a government-issued ID label that media reports pronounced had been accurate by internal officials in a Central Java city of Sragen.

Indonesian media reported that Sodimejo was a world’s oldest person, citing his temperament papers. Reuters could not exclusively determine Sodimejo’s age.

Sodimejo’s grandson pronounced he had been taken to sanatorium final week since of his deteriorating health.

“The problem was he didn’t wish to eat or drink,” pronounced grandson Suryanto, who like his grandfather, goes by one name.

He afterwards insisted on being brought home, and died several days later, Suryanto said. Sodimejo was buried on Monday morning in a internal cemetery.

According to Guinness World Records, Jeanne Calment, a French woman, had a longest reliable tellurian lifespan. She died in 1997 during a age of 122.

(Editing by Mark Heinrich)


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