The World’s Oldest Man alive has been confirmed by Guinness World Records to be Emilio Flores Marquez, born on August 8, 1908, in Carolina, Puerto Rico.
As confirmed, the Puerto Rico man is one of the few lucky human beings to reach such age after clocking 112-years-old.
According to records, Emilio Flores Marquez is the 2nd oldest of Eleven children born to Alberto Flores Melendez and Margarita Marquez-Garcia.
The Guinness World Records has confirmed Emilio Flores Marquez as the oldest man on the planet Emilio, who was born on August 8, 1908, in Carolina, Puerto Rico, is the second-oldest of 11 children born to Alberto Flores Melendez and Margarita Marquez-Garcia.
It should be noted the oldest living woman is Kane Tanaka of Fukuoka of Japan who breathes at the age of 117
We have all been praying to God to grant us long life so that we can do everything that most people did not manage to do.
Emilio Flores Marquez was confirmed by Guinness World Records as the oldest man alive.
In an interview with Guinness World Records, Emilo gave some of his pro secrets to his long life, saying it has been love.
“My dad raised me with love and taught me to love everyone.
“He always told me and my brothers and sisters to do good, to share everything with others!”.
As per Fox5NY, Emilio reached such an incredible feat on Wednesday, June 30, after which Guinness World Records confirmed Emilion as the world’s oldest man alive aged 112 years and 326 days, as of today.
However, it was also confirmed by Guinness World Records that the World’s Oldest Woman Alive is Kane Tanaka of Fukuoka, of Japan, aged 177, taking it from the former record-holder, Romania’s Dumitru Comănescu, who was born on November 21, 1908.
Dumitru was crowned less than one month before he kicked the bucket on June 27, 2020, at the age of 111 years.