The two Montia FM panellist and the host of the “Pampamso” show, Salifu Maase, alias Mugabe, who threatened to kill judges of the Supreme Court during a radio discussion have been sentenced to four months in prison.
The two panellist, Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn all belonging to the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Also, the Supreme Court found the owners of the station guilty of contempt and have been fined GHc60, 000, to be paid to the court by close of day Thursday or face a jail term of one month.
Presiding judge Sophia Akuffo said the guests were in the studio to attack with such recklessness.
She further added that the directors were irresponsible and careless because they were to direct the broad vision of the station.
Nelson, Ako Gunn and Maase were immediately whisked into a Police van and taken away to the prison where they would serve their sentence.
The panellists, on a discussion programme on the station, threatened to kill judges, with specific reference to Justice Sulemana Gbadegbe and Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood.