Eugene Baah, a former member of the famous Hiplife group, Praye has suggested that the political season in Ghana is the right time for musicians and celebrities in general to make some good money.
The solo artiste, now known ‘Choir master’ after dropping his initial claim to fame, Praye Honeho, was guest on Thursday’s edition of GHOne TV’s #RythmzLive show to promote his new single ‘Thunder Fire’.
Reacting to news of his former colleagues’ endorsement of the flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo-Addo the previous day, he said “I feel everybody has got choices as the song goes.”
The Choir master then added: “For me, it’s just the right time for celebrities to make some dough.”
According to the “Cat Walk” hit maker, it will take a lot for him to back a particular presidential candidate and so would rather allow his followers [who he calls Choristers] to make choices without his influence.
“I will stand for entertaining the choristers in every political party if I’m invited. It will take a lot for me to endorse.
“I believe I have choristers in all the political parties and when it comes to the choosing of a leader, I will leave it for the choristers to decide because they chose me as the choir master for GH.”
Choir master also revealed that he would not be voting because he missed the chance to register his name in the voters’ roll adding that he will always endorse a peaceful electoral exercise.
“I’m not that political; I’m sort of a freedom fighter and I feel if there’s anything to endorse, I’ll endorse a peaceful, free and fair election,” he said on the #RythmzLive show.
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