Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Frederick Worsemao Armah Blay, popularly called Freddie Blay has revealed his unique taste for Shatta Wale songs.
According to the politician, he loves listening to songs from all angles provided it depicts morality.
In an interview on citinewsroom on the way forward to the 2020 general election, he revealed to Godfred Akoto Boafo that he loves serving his ears with Shatta Wale tunes.
The interviewer who was astounded with his revelation asked Freddie Blay at what point in time does he plays those kinds of music.
He noted that he loves playing it in his house and in his car.
Freddie Blay was a member of parliament in Ghana and served as the First Deputy Speaker in the Fourth Parliament of Ghana.
He lost his seat in the general elections held on 7 December 20008 of the NDC. He was a member of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) but resigned to join the New Patriotic Party after being criticized by some CPP stalwarts for not campaigning for the CPP flagbearer Paa Kwesi Nduom, instead endorsing NPP presidential candidate Nana Akufo Addo.
After joining the NPP, he stood for and got elected to the post of Vice Chairman of the party in April 2014.
After the party expelled its Chairman Paul Afoko, it appointed Blay as its acting Chairman. He stood for and was elected as substantive Chairman of the party at an NPP party national conference in Koforidua that took place from 7 to 8 July 2018.
In the prelude to the Chairmanship race, a lot of controversy was generated when Blay promised to and eventually bought 275 buses for the 275 constituencies of the party for a purported cost of 11 million dollars.
The opposition asked for an investigation. Blay’s opponent in the election called it vote-buying. Blay stated that the buses were bought with a loan facility from the Universal Merchant Bank to be run by State Transport Company on the behalf of the NPP’s constituences.
He was also appointed to the position of Board Chairman for the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation GNPC.
He is currently the Senior Partner at Blay and Associates. He is also the board chairman and majority shareholder of Western Publications Limited, publishers of the Daily Guide newspaper, the flagship of the Group, Business Guide, News-One and Young Blazers.