Reality star and tech expert, Jackye have taken to her Instagram Page to pay an emotional tribute to the CEO of GoKada, Fahim Saleh who wad murdered in cold blood.
As reported some days ago that Fahim was murdered in his New York apartment
which he bought for $2.25 million last year.
He was found around 3:30pm on Tuesday July 14. Police said the limbless, headless
torso of the 33-year-old millionaire tech entrepreneur was found with an electric
saw lying next to the remains.
With the whole world still mourning the loss of one of the youngest entrepreneur in
the world Jackye revealed how saddened she his to have heard such news about a
young tech expert doing well for himself.
Jackye revealed how she picked interest in GoKada when they started business in
Nigeria some years ago and how the Government ban okada riders from
working just months after they started expanding.
She stated that despite the difficulties, Fahim made sure he touched some lives
positively and wished she would meet him one day but that has now become a dream
that will not be fulfilled.
Jackye however prayed that all those involved in the death of the young
billionaire tech expert are brought to book.
See her post below:
Jackye is already making a name for herself in the world of tech and will be hoping she surpass the legacy laid by Fahim before he was murdered
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I follow the journey of a lot of tech entrepreneurs, it helps my personal growth and Fahim Saleh happened to be one of those entrepreneurs. Here is the back story: I picked interest in gokada when they launched, they weren’t this big (obviously) at that time, similar to Uber’s business model, they needed bike owners, basically people buy bikes from them, they provide you with the rider and you make your profit… that easy. But I guess it was a struggle until they got funding. Back to what I was saying, I picked interest because I knew it was a great idea, even though they weren’t the first, they did it better. Knowing Nigeria, I kinda predicted there major blocker would be the government and I was right. Lagos state bans okada I said “there goes another innovation out of business“ now I knew the ban was gonna happen because at AOT which I hosted, the deputy governor made mention of it to me so I wasn’t surprised, my mind was more on “how will they wing it” and boom within days they switched there business model from ride hailing to delivery service 🤯🤯🤯. The true definition of if life shows you pepper, make pepper soup Fahim was not just a tech entrepreneur, he was an investor (I mean he sees the seed and knows what it will become if he waters it or gives water to the planter) I remember watching this particular video and saying to myself “correct guy… I wanna meet this guy some day” I guess that day would never come. RIP Fahim 💔💔💔 I pray your killer(s) are found