Gokada CEO Fahim Saleh’s death was ‘financially motivated’

Gokada CEO Fahim Saleh death

New information has emerged on the death of the founder of the motorcycle-hailing company, Gokada, Fahim Saleh who was found dead in his New York apartment.

Saleh’s body was cut in pieces and scattered in different locations within his apartment on Tuesday.

Police sources say the killing was financially motivated, but no other detail has emerged, DailyMail reports.

Before his death, Saleh was sued by a former prison guard turned criminal who was jailed for using his app PrankDial to secretly record and listen to employees’ phone calls.

The app allowed Kirk Eady, the former deputy director of Hudson County Correctional Facility, placed a call between two employees without them knowing he was behind it, then listen to whatever they said.

He listened to their complaints about him and about their jobs then retaliated against them in the workplace, according to prosecutors. Eady who was jailed for 15 months, sued Saleh for fraud in 2017, claiming the app made him think what he was doing was legal.

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One of the last activities of the entrepreneur on the Instagram platform is the vision of improving and making his motorcycle-hailing company thrive in Nigeria following the ban of motorcycle activities in some parts of Lagos, Nigeria.

Watch the video below:


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Gokada is not okada. Please don’t hamper innovation Governor. @jidesanwoolu @gokadang #regulatenotban #gokada #lagos

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