Describing the “Yentie Obiaa” hit singer as “the naughty one”, he told Starr Chat host Bola Ray Lumba’s genre of music is soothing to the ears.
The former commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) said other highlife legends like Gyedu Blay Ambulley and Kojo Antwi rate high on his playlist and will enjoy listening to them always.
The respected Ghanaian judge, who was the first commissioner of the anti-graft body, also noted he enjoys jazz, especially Peter White’s “Chasing the Dawn.”
The father of three said he enjoys cooking.
Justice Short has been a lecturer at the University of Cape Coast in the Central region of Ghana and once lectured at the Middlesex Polytechnic in London, United Kingdom. He has also been a consultant for the United Nations Development Programme UNDP, the Commonwealth Secretariat in London, and the Carter Center in the United States.
He was appointed the Commissioner for Human Rights and Administrative Justice in Ghana at the beginning of the Fourth Republic in 1993 by President Jerry Rawlings.