The whole social media is mourning and paying their final condolences to Ambrose Harcourt, vice President of St Barnabas and Chestnut Tree House met to his death on Wednesday. This news is getting viral on the web and getting the attention of the people. He lived in Worthing and was also known as “Mr. Lurve’, hosted radio shows for more than five decades on the airwaves across Sussex and the shows for more than five decades on the airwaves across Sussex and the South of England. He died at St Barnabas Hospice in Worthing, with his family by his side on mentioned date 31 August. Let’s continue the article.

People are curious to know about the suspect behind his death. They want to know about the news. This news is making controversial on the web and people are curious to know about his death cause. Let us tell you, the death cause has not been revealed to the public. They are still in the silent zone and they are not ready to say anything about the demise because of the tragic condition. They are in pain so we should respect their feelings and give them some space. Scroll down page to page to know more updates.

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According to the report, he was popular Ambrose, famous to several of our listeners as Mr. Lurve, Spent a long time on the air, performing on stations like Southern FM, Juice 107.2, and more, in the recent time, here with us on Regency Radio. Ambrose was more than simply a DJ with his sultry voice, contagious smile, and outstanding taste in music. He was the best example, a close friend, and a fantastic performer. Take one more step to grab all the details about the news.

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To end his study as the oldest child of a big family, Ambrose. whose actual last name was Obiajulu. He visited the UK from Nigeria alone in 1964. He first went to Norwich and then continued to kings Lynn. He began working for Southlands Hospital Radio in 1982 after joining Sussex. Then he met with the host of the radio Simon Mayo, who had given the suggestion to submit him to apply to a newly-launching station. Ambrose Harcourt was a Regency Radio Brighton Director of Programming. He was also, a Presenter of Sunday Soul breakfast. The Love Hour, and The Love Zone. We pray God gave peace to his soul. Stay tuned for more updates.

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