The CEO of Gokada, a popular lagos-based motorcycle-hailing company in lagos has been found dead at his residence in New York. According to reports, the headless corpse of the millionaire entrepreneur, Fahim Saleh was found lying at his $2.25 million apartment in New York on Tuesday afternoon with an electric saw lying next to the body.

         Fahim Sale the tech millionaire

Police made the discovery at around 3:30pm in a building on E. Houston St. at Suffolk St. on the Lower East side. Cops claimed they found a contractor bag close to the torso but they didn't open it to see if the other remaining body parts were inside.

NYPD spokesperson, Sgt. Carlos Nieves said that all the body parts were found at the scene but didnt give the exact location they were found. In his words he siad;

“We have a torso, a head that’s been removed, arms, and legs. Everything is still on the scene. We don’t have a motive,” 

Sources say that detectives are currently waiting for fingerprints and all other forensic tests. It was revealed that NYPD went to the seventh-floor after the sister called in that she hadn't seen her brother in a day. This prompted the officials to go to his residence and that was when they discovered the dismembered corpse.

A surveillance camera in the elavator may have been able to capture the last moments of the victim. Sources say that the after the victim got into the elevator, the second man entered after him and the victim fell down immediately probably shocked or shot. The man was seen wearing a suit, handgloves, a mask over his face and a hat.

A police source said;
“The perp had a suitcase. He was very professional,” one police source said.

A 40-year-old neighbor identified as Daniel Faust said that he saw two women led by the police outside the building. In his words he said;

“There was one that came first, with short black hair. Then a second one came, a little taller and with long hair. They were just hysterical, I guess in disbelief. And then they left with the detectives. Police also brought a dog, a mid-sized Pomsky, out of the building"

Saleh was often described as a self-made millionaire who made his money by investing in the tech industry. He brought big tech companies into countries like Nigeria and Indonesia. He also loved gadgets and was a huge fan of video games. Some of his friends believed he was targeted but he never acted like something was bothering him. 

A friend said;
“He was never said he was scared,” the male friend said. “[He was] always very happy-go-lucky.”