To be 187 years in modern day Ghana, it means a person has experienced or at least heard alot. Not to talk of World War I, World War II, Ghana's Independence, Leadership under Kwame Nkrumah, Military Coups, Democratic / Constitutional Rule, 4 AFCON Trophies, Ghana @50, Pele, Maradona, Messi, Ronaldo, Mohammed Ali, Michael Jackson and the list goes on and on.
That would seem to be soo much fulfillment and achievement, especially to experience all these phenomenon in a lifetime.
But then, have you ever wondered if that is possible, for somenone to live up to 187 years in modern day? Well it could be, as we have sighted a picture, meant to announce the death of one Agatha Dapaah, who died at age 187 in Ghana.
For us, we do not know which town this banner was, but the name (Dapaah) clearly shows its a Ghanaian name. In addition, a verification of her age is one which is beyond our reach, unless we choose to believe what has been written on the banner.
If you have any information pertaining to where this banner is actually, or by chance have any information about the babber, kindly let us know in the comments session below.
Stay tuned for more.
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