One of the major professions in the world that deals with leadership quality and well-built conduct is football, many footballers have been successful in other businesses apart from their major profession and all account to their conducts.
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FIFA World Best Player and Ballon d’Or winner in the year 1995, George Oppong Weah was voted president of Liberia on Wednesday, December 27, 2017.
Oppong Weah’s success as Liberia’s first man has generated an argument as to whether some of our top Ghanaian footballers can one day serve as the president of the land.
Below is the possible list Ghpage.com has compiled as footballers who can one day become president in the country.
Though these people haven’t expressed any interest in vying for the presidential seat, we believe they will get the massive support from Ghanaians when they make a decision.
#1. ABEDI AYEW ‘PELE’
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Abedi Ayew born 5 November 1964, was professionally known as Abedi Pele, is a Ghanaian former footballer who played as an attacking midfielder and served as captain for Black Stars.
Abedi Pele was a member of the Black Stars squad that won Ghana’s last Africa Cup of Nations title in 1982 and won African Best player of the Year 3 consecutive times (1991, 1992, and 1993).
The Ghanaian football legend is a very good candidate for the presidency if he ever takes a decision to contest.