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Gokada CEO, Fahim Saleh's PA allegedly used his credit card to buy the saw used in butchering him. A

A young Bangladeshi entrepreneur Fahim Saleh was killed by his 21year old PA(on the right)

Fahim found out that his PA was stealing from him but he was kind, he didn't arrest him, he forgave him & asked him to pay back in installments.Sometimes, our biggest weakness is our kindness😔RIP

Gokada CEO, Fahim Saleh's PA allegedly used his credit card to buy the saw used in butchering him. Apparently, his PA allegedly killed him.

Fahim Saleh is the CEO and founder of Gokada. He has over 15 years of entrepreneurial experience. His first company in high school generated over one million dollars in revenue. After college, he taught himself how to program and started KickBack Apps, garnering over twenty-million downloads.

Seeing an opportunity in his parent’s native country of Bangladesh, he went on to co-found the largest ride-sharing company in the country valued at over $100 million – Pathao. Fahim is also an active investor in emerging markets, investing first in Colombia’s largest motorcycle ridesharing company – Picap, recently valued at $15 million.

Saleh’s personal assistant, Tyrese Devon Haspil, 21, was arrested early Friday morning and is expected to be charged with second degree murder, among other crimes. Detectives believe Haspil killed Saleh after the CEO realized his assistant had robbed him of tens of thousands of dollars. Instead of reporting Haspil to the authorities after discovering the theft, Saleh reportedly offered his assistant a type of repayment plan to return the money. Investigators believe that Saleh was stabbed to death on Monday, after being immobilized with a taser. Police believe the killer returned to Saleh’s apartment on Tuesday to dismember the body and cover up the murder, but he was interrupted and forced to flee when Saleh’s sister, who found the body, buzzed up to the apartment.


Fahim Saleh, 33, was a tech entrepreneur and CEO of ride sharing apps in Bangladesh and Nigeria. Gokada, a motorcycle ride-hailing app based in Lagos, Nigeria and co-founded by Saleh, reportedly raised $5.3M in venture capital in 2019.

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