President of Ghana Football Association Kwesi Nyantakyi joined Liberian president elect George Oppong Weah in solidarity at his home in Liberia prior to the declaration of election results between the former AC Milan star and Joseph Boakai.
The FA boss who doubles as CAF's first Vice President threw his weight behind the former footballer-cum president from the onset as he joined the latter in his home since Monday as Weah relaxed in wait of the verdict.
After an anxious wait, Weah made history by edging out his much older opponent with a vast majority of the votes much to Nyantakyi's excitement.
Ghanaguardian.com sources also reveal that Weah's close Ghanaian friend Kofi Poku was also present to show solidarity to the football icon.
The landslide victory against his 73 year old opponent Joseph Boakai makes the 1995 Balon D'Or winner the 25th president of Liberia succeeding first female president of the country Ellen Sirleaf Johnson.
Several stakeholders within the football terrain have expressed their joy with the sportsman's landmark and the FA president was all chills as he joined Weah in celebration.
51 year old Weah won 11 out of 15 counties in the first round of election but widened the gap by capturing 13 out of 15 counties in the second round leaving his opponent with only 2 counties.
By Musah Abelyire/ghanaguardian