Shalom Park still for sale despite Kobi Alexander extradition to United States

Kobi Alexander, a former CEO of a technologies firm Comverse, who for more than a decade has been fighting his extradition from Namibia to the United States to stand trial for stock option fraud, has volunteered to be extradited to face charges.

Alexander has been handed to agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) at the Hosea Kutako International Airport on Tuesday and was flown to the United States where he reportedly made a first appearance in a New York court yesterday afternoon (Namibian time).
Alexander is no unfamiliar personality at the coast and is the owner of the Shalom Park housing development in Walvis Bay. Alexander also funds a school feeding project at the Immanuel Ruiters Primary School in Kuisebmond for 200 children daily and is a regular guest at the Burning Shore Protea at Langstrand.
Close project associates of Alexander said this week his extradition to the United States and unknown future he faces to return to Namibia will not influence his local feeding project and the Shalom development is still up for sale.

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