Ako Gunn said that he suspected someone doctored the tape since he was not at the radio station on the said date they allegedly made all those comments.
Speaking on Kumasi-based Ultimate FM Gunn said questioned why the voice of the Member of Parliament (MP) for Nkwanta North was missing in the audio until later.
“Me, as am talking to you now, I know the people that tempered with the audio. I have just decided to ignore them. The day they said program held, I wasn’t in the studio.”
“I was on Montie’s program on the same day as Oti Bless, so why didn’t they invite Oti Bless too? This tells you that indeed I was not there on that day.”
Despite what Gunn describes as attacks on him for supporting the governing National Democratic Party, he said he will continue to support and speak for the party.
“But I am still opening fire. The bie gya agenda continues in support of the compassionate president Mahama.”
President Mahama, on Monday, August 22, 2016, freed the three men.
A statement signed by the Communications Minister Dr Omane Boamah said the decision was taken on the advice of the Council of State and was on compassionate grounds.
The Montie three, Alistair Nelson, Godwin Ako Gunn and Salifu Maase alias ‘Mugabe’ were sentenced to four months in prison by the Supreme Court following contempt proceedings against them.
The contempt proceedings came after the three threatened the lives of Supreme Court judges who sat on the Abu Ramadan and Gary Nimako versus the Electoral Commission case.