Surveillance Camera Reveals GOKADA CEO, Fahim Saleh Was Trailed By Masked Man

“One of the law enforcement officials said a surveillance camera had captured video of Mr. Saleh in the building’s elevator with another person who was wearing a black suit and black mask.”

The late Fahim Saleh / Photo credit: ghgossip.com
The late Fahim Saleh / Photo credit: ghgossip.com

Footage from a surveillance Camera has revealed that Fahim Saleh, Co-founder of Gokada and tech entrepreneur, was trailed by a masked man before he was murdered.

Saleh, whose decapitated and dismembered remains were found in a New York City apartment on Tuesday, was 33 years old.

“One of the law enforcement officials said a surveillance camera had captured video of Mr. Saleh in the building’s elevator with another person who was wearing a black suit and black mask.

“On the video, the elevator door opens and Mr. Saleh goes into the apartment, the official said. The masked person follows directly behind him, and the two immediately start to struggle.

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“The sister is seen on the video arriving a short time later. There is a second way out of the apartment through a service entrance, New York Times reported.

Gokada, in a series of tweets on Wednesday, confirmed the demise of Saleh, adding that updates on changes would be communicated in due course.

“We are deeply saddened to inform you about the sudden and tragic loss of our founder and CEO, Fahim Salem. Fahim was a great leader, inspiration and positive light for all of us.

“All updates and changes will be communicated with you, as it unfolds. Forever in our hearts”, the tweet read.

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