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Oromin reports Senegal Gold Assays including 17.14 g/t over 14m

Oromin Explorations Ltd OLE:CA announced results from its OJVG Gold Project in eastern Senegal, West Africa. Assays include 26.87 g/t gold over 4 metres, 17.14 g/t over 14 metres, 8.77 g/t over 5 metres, 7.68 g/t over 27 metres, 21.2 g/t over 2 metres, 4.12 g/t over 37 metres, 8.02 g/t over 10 metres and 2.79 g/t over 15 metres.

President/CEO Chet Idziszek commented, “The deepest drilling to date at Kerekounda and at Golouma West has displayed robust grades and widths. The continuity appears excellent, and remains open to further depth and lateral expansion. We have observed visible gold in numerous drill holes, all within typical veined, altered mineralized zones. Drilling is presently confirming mineralization below 550 metres in depth, whereas reserves calculated in the July 2010 feasibility study extended to an average depth of only 250 metres. At our Masato targets, the drill program to define underground mining potential continues to demonstrate excellent continuity of multiple zones. These zones host favourable grades, over widths amenable to cost-effective underground mining.”

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