Fahim Saleh, founder of GOKADA was allegedly murdered in his New York 265 East Houston home at about 3pm, according to New York Times. His body was found dismembered, without a head and without limbs, scattered around the room, as at when the Police arrived the scene. Source: @LaurelChinedu
- Police have identified the man who was killed and dismembered. His body was found by his sister in a luxury condominium.
- Police have been keeping the building on East Houston street taped off and guarded.
I’m really shocked and saddened of the news of Fahim Saleh, one of the founding of Pathao and Nigeria’s Gokada has been found dead inside his apartment in New York. And, his body was discovered dismembered, with an electric saw placed nearby. What’s going on @abirrahmanorko
Fahim Saleh Dead
The decapitated and dismembered body of a self-made millionaire and CEO of Gokada, Fahim Saleh, has been found in his luxury Manhattan apartment by his heartbroken sister.@ConcourseNews
The dismembered body of a 33-year-old tech entrepreneur was found inside his luxury Manhattan condo where an electric saw was left behind, police said Wednesday.
The building where the body was found, at 265 East Houston Street near Suffolk Street, is a 10-story, glass-and-brick structure that is among the expensive apartment towers that have risen in recent years in an area once defined by tenements.@MarvClowder
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Fahim Saleh will be remembered in Nigeria as the founder of Gokada, a Nigeria-based bike ridesharing company, which provided employment for thousands of Nigerians.@hr_muse
“The building where the body was found, at 265 East Houston Street near Suffolk Street.” No idea but they will need a tenant…