GOKADA CEO Found Murdered In New York
Less than a year that his motorcycle business went wrong in Nigeria, the CEO of GOKADA; Fahin Saleh has been presumed by the New York authority to have been gruesomely murdered and packed in a bag. The limbless, headless torso of a millionaire tech entrepreneur was found inside his swanky Manhattan condo Tuesday afternoon — an electric saw lying next to the remains, police said.
New York Police made the grisly discovery in a building on E. Houston St. at Suffolk St. In the Lower East side about 3:30 p.m. Cops found contractor bags near the torso, sources said, but didn’t immediately open them to see if the body parts were inside.
An NYPD official said investigators believe the victim is tech entrepreneur Fahim Saleh, 33, who bought the condo for $2.25 million last year. Saleh, a website developer turned venture capital, is the CEO of a motorcycle-sharing company in Lagos, Nigeria.
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New York Subway Station Reopens After since 2001
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Bodies Found In Suitcases Sold At Auction In New Zealand, Say Police
Police in New Zealand have launched a homicide investigation after it was claimed that human remains were hidden inside suitcases purchased at an auction in Auckland, the nation's largest city.Unknown quantities of remains are thought to have been kept in suitcases that were up for auction as part of a storage unit sale, and after winning the auction, were brought home by the unsuspecting family.According to police official Tofilau Faamanuia Vaaelua, residents at a...
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