The former player of MFM Football Club of Lagos, who is now with FC Zurich, said he hoped to become the next George Weah.
President Buhari in a statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, in Abuja on Friday, also commended the Liberian people on the peaceful conduct of the historic presidential run-off election.
Fayose said: “I salute George Weah’s courage and resilience in spite of the activities and machinations of oppressors and interlopers who blocked his victory 12 years ago.
Though yet to be officially announced by the National Electoral Commission, Weah won in 13 of the country’s 15 Counties
Flomo said the commission had fully carried out the Supreme Court’s directives on the exercise, including cleaning up the voter register and publishing it at polling centres across the country.
Third-place finisher Charles Brumskine’s Liberty Party challenged the results of the October vote, which set up a November 7 run-off between former soccer star, George Weah and Vice President, Joseph Boakai
The candidate of the UP, Liberia’s ruling party, Vice President Joseph Boakah, finished runner-up in the first round of this month’s presidential election
Johnson took more than eight per cent of votes in the first round and his support is seen as a crucial boost for
The cleric went further to reiterate that he was not favouring any particular side of the political spectrum but his own role was to pray for “the will of God” to be done in the nation of Liberia
The Head of the National Elections Commission, Jerome Korkoya, announced the final results of the presidential and parliamentary polls in the country on Friday, noting the electoral body was set for the runoff exercise.
At the weekend, Weah had 39.2 per cent of votes cast and counting, while his closest rival and Vice President, Joseph Boakai has taken 29.6 per cent
The Chairman of the National Elections Commission, Jerome Kokorya, had released more provisional results on Saturday, bringing the total votes so far processed to 1.12 million
A winner needs 50 per cent plus one of the total votes cast to avoid a run-off election