Some friends, family and die-hard NDC supporters on Thursday converged at the premises of Radio Gold to hold vigil for the convicted Montie FM contemnors.
The candlelight vigil, which started at 7pm saw several individuals mostly clad in white or T-shirts embossed with photos of the three.
Some were seen saying prayers for the three. The vigil happens to be also part of the protest for the release of the three.
Salifu Maase, host of Pamapaso, a political talk show on Montie FM, as well as Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn, two panellists on the show, were sentenced to four months in prison and fined Ghc10, 000 each for threatening to kill judges on their show.
Montie FM is a pro-government radio station owned by senior members of the governing National Democratic Congress.
Meanwhile some NDC top officials and government assigns have been signing a petition opened on the premises of Radio Gold, ostensibly to pile pressure on President Mahama, to free the Montie FM trio, jailed by the Supreme Court.