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17/03/2018 09:47:28

iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve : At 125, she would be the oldest woman in Haiti and of world
A delegation from Quisqueya University, led by Mrs. Judith Auguste, visited Mrs. Jamba at the 8th communal section of Petit-Goâve.

Mrs. Jamba, almost deaf and blind, who would be 125 years old, was happy to welcome this delegation accompanied by Deputy Mayor Delor Desgranges of the local press, who brought her presents.

Quisqueya University plans to take over Jamba for the rest of her life. A diagnostic report on her situation will be given to Jacky Lumarque, the Rector of Quisqueya University, for the necessary follow-up.

Recall that currently the oldest woman in the world whose age has been officially recognized is Italian and is called Emma Morano (born November 29, 1899) she is 118 years old. If Mrs. Jamba's age is officially recognized, she would then be the oldest of humanity.

IH/ iciHaiti / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve)

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