NAMIBIAN comedian and businessman
The Namibian has evidence of the flow of money between the two despite Jacobs denying he ever received any money from Alexander.
Jacobs, who is also the chairman of the
Last week, Jacobs denied in email responses, that neither he nor his businesses received any money from Alexander, other than "payments for advertising and marketing services such as billboards and radio adverts that our advertising agency [a Paragon subsidiary] provided to
Documents in The Namibian's possession contradict Jacobs' claims.
An affidavit purportedly signed by Jacobs states that he received a combined N$6.7 million from Alexander. The document is dated
The Namibian has been told that the amount of money that has flown from Alexander went beyond the N$10 million mark, but this could not be verified.
In the affidavit, Jacobs says that he has since 2006 "established a professional, business and personal relationship," with Alexander and also states that in 2007 he entered two business agreements with him.
One of the agreements dealt with purchasing a hunting farm which would be jointly owned by the two men and the second agreement dealt with a loan advanced by Alexander to Jacobs' company Paragon Investments. Jacobs co-owns Paragon Investments with Desmond Amunyela.
Regarding the farm, Jacobs's affidavit states that he and Alexander agreed to buy and operate a hunting farm (Okatunda) to be registered in the name of a
The affidavit reads: "
The affidavit further states that half of that loan had been repaid interest-free at the time the affidavit was written and that N$1,5 million remained to be repaid.
When requested for clarity last week, Jacobs denied being business partners with Alexander but admitted that they are friends. He also denied that Alexander contributed N$3,7m towards the purchase of a farm. He said that he was the sole owner of the said farm. He also flatly denied that Alexander pumped money into Paragon Investments.
"I hope by 'receiving' you actually mean payment made for advertising and marketing services such as billboards and radio adverts that our advertising agency provided to
Alexander through his lawyer,
The paper was also told that at some point Alexander considered suing Jacobs for repayment of the money and ownership of the farm. Jacobs denied the allegation stating it was "a blatant lie."
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