A British radio DJ United Nations agency hosted a preferred breakfast show in Lebanon has been dead, per reports.
Gavin Ford’s body was found at his direct Beit Mery, east of capital of Lebanon on Tues.
The 65-year-old’s colleagues reportedly raised the alarm when he didn’t arrive for work on weekday – that was his birthday, per his Facebook page.
LBC TV aforementioned he was stifled and affected on the pinnacle.
An official confirmed Ford had been stifled, the AP news organisation according.
Neither the police nor Ford’s station, Lebanon’s Radio One, commented on the explanation for his death, however security services don’t seem to be ruling out a criminal investigation, per the country’s national news organisation.
Radio One, that he reportedly joined in 1996, aforementioned it had been “heartbroken to announce the passing of our pricey Gavin Ford”, United Nations agency had been a “member of our team for several joyful years”.
It supplementary on its Facebook page: “We extend our deepest sympathies to his family, friends and colleagues everywhere the globe. Rest in peace Gavin.”
Shocked listeners denote many comments when hearing the news.
“It seems like I lost somebody near ME, despite having ne’er seen him,” aforementioned Vanig Bostanian.