In about 8 hours from now renowned broadcaster and Lawyer Robert Nii Arday Clegg will be launching his much talked about book ‘My Media Journey”.

The book which exposes intricate details of his experience in media right from radio Univers to Starr FM has been described by Ace Broadcaster, Kwaku Sakyi Addo as containing stunning details about his ”unplanned entry into Ghana’s vibrant broadcasting industry at the turn of the century and his largely triumphant yet occasionally tumultuous journey through it”.

Arday Clegg, a seasoned journalist, and Harvard scholar is known for his no-nonsense character and disciplined personality, but his new book promises to bring readers inside the world of journalism; the good, bad, and the ugly.

In an interview on Citi FM ahead of the launch, Robert Clegg revealed he was sacked from radio Gold.

“There is reference to working at radio Gold and how I refused to do the political bidding of the ownership of the station which is NDC and yet not also working against it”. Arday Clegg recounts. According to him” It was a very interesting sort of course to navigate but in the end, I would say I was sacked, not many people know that side of the story”.

He also talks about events leading to his resignation from Starrfm, where he hosted the station’s morning show and reveals how.

“There is reference to even management and business. Bola Ray and his Starrfm and how things were done and how it affected some of us and the reason why we had decided to quit and all of that”

Mr. Arday Clegg is hopeful the book will make for interesting reading for every single soul

“My Media Journey” is scheduled for release today February 11 at 5 pm. The book will be reviewed by Lawyer Ace Anan Ankomah while Kwaku Sakyi Addo is expected to chair the virtual launch with Kwami Sefa Kayi as MC for the night. The program will be on zoom and streamed live on Facebook and Youtube. has learned that “My Media Journey” also reveals Arday Clegg’s blunt opinions and how he rejected on multiple occasions offers of under the table monetary rewards from newsmakers as well as from unnamed government officials.

The book’s title comes from Arday Clegg’s biographical account of his media journey and evolving life and career.