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African Gold reports Mali Gold Assays up to 1.83 g/t over 70m

March 20th, 2012

Resource Clips - essential news on junior gold mining and junior silver miningAfrican Gold Group, Inc TSXV:AGG announced results from its Kobada gold project in Mali, West Africa. Assays include

1.83 g/t gold over 70 metres
1.79 g/t over 45 metres
1.26 g/t over 84 metres
1.07 g/t over 21 metres
1.8 g/t over 9 metres
1.15 g/t over 21 metres

VP Exploration Kevin Downing remarked, “We continue to remain focused on development of the near-surface oxidized resource at our Kobada gold project. Today’s results clearly show the continuing presence of robust gold mineralization extending as far as 200 metres north of our current Zone 1 resource, where highlight hole KBRC12-003, collared directly on strike from KBRC11-189, intercepted 70 metres at 1.83 g/t gold and 45 meters at 1.79 g/t gold. Both of these holes ended in mineralization. In addition to demonstrating a strike extension of at least 200 metres north, the holes released here define a mineralized corridor that exceeds 100 metres in lateral width that is associated with an oxidation depth in the magnitude of 100 vertical metres. The mineralization contained within these northern step-out holes is well distributed down several of the holes, and is as strong as any gold mineralization encountered in the Zone 1 resource to date. We are very optimistic that mineralization of this strength will continue as our drill program extends further north, along strike. In this region of our Zone 1 deposit, we are observing that the depth of drilling that is required to encounter fresh rock continues to be in excess of 140 metres down hole. As a result, we expect that our northern step-out holes will have a very positive impact on our 2012 revised resource estimate.”

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Michael A.J. Nikiforuk
President/Director
647.288.0453

by Ted Niles

African Gold reports Mali Gold Assays including 2.14 g/t over 112m

November 15th, 2011

Resource Clips - essential news on junior gold mining and junior silver miningAfrican Gold Group Inc TSXV:AGG announced drill results from its Kobada project in Mali, West Africa. Highlights include

2.14 g/t gold over 112 metres (including 90.19 g/t over 1 metre)
6.04 g/t over 4 metres (including 20.79 g/t over 1 metre)
0.96 g/t over 42 metres (including 12.42 g/t over 1 metre)
0.79 g/t over 55 metres (including 15.06 g/t over 1 metre)
1.66 g/t over 88 metres (including 25.6 g/t over 2 metres)

President Mike Nikiforuk commented, “We are most encouraged by the drill results contained in today’s release. We have no doubt that our Zone 1, 43-101 resource will ultimately extend north and include the potential tonnes and ounces of gold intercepted within the area contained by these step-out holes. Of even greater significance is the blue-sky potential that is being amply demonstrated by the mineralized intercepts encountered as much as 1.4-kilometres north of the drill holes that are the subject of today’s release on Section 1000S. We remain open along strike, in both directions and at depth. We have encountered new discovery zones at Foroko North, Gosso and the Termite Zone. We have drill tested less than 3% of our 218-square-kilometre footprint and are confident that Kobada will continue to grow.”

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Michael A.J. Nikiforuk
President/Director
647.288.0453

by Ted Niles

African Gold reports Mali Assays of 1.02 g/t Gold over 52m

September 15th, 2011

Resource Clips - essential news on junior gold mining and junior silver miningAfrican Gold Group Inc TSXV:AGG announced results from its Kobada Gold Project in Mali. Highlights include 1.02 g/t gold over 52 metres (including 10.14 g/t over 1 metre), 3.08 g/t over 14 metres (including 25.44 g/t over 1 metre), 0.77 g/t over 47 metres, 1.56 g/t over 24 metres (including 17.52 g/t over 1 metre), 0.9 g/t over 35 metres and 6.99 g/t over 3 metres (including 19.08 g/t over 1 metre).

President/Director Mike Nikiforuk tells ResourceClips.com, “We think the news is most encouraging. The simple fact of the matter is, as we compile and analyze the results, we are seeing a corridor evolve that is approximately 100-linear metres in width. Our program is focused entirely on the oxide profile which averages 100-vertical metres from surface, and you can see that several of these holes have ended in mineralization, so our depth potential remains open. To move 600 metres and be in mineralization is most encouraging. As we move south and north along strike the object of the exercise is to ultimately expand the extent of mineralization which would impact on the extent of tonnage and therefore ounces.

“We want to emphasize that those lines that were drilled were roughly 200 metres apart, so this is a fairly wide step-out. We’re probing here. We don’t know if we’re going to be successful, but we know we’re spending money. We’re not going to drill on a tight grid and increase that burden without knowing that the mineralization is there. So it is exceedingly rewarding to still be encountering this extent of mineralization so far away from the known deposit. One of the things that we attempted to convey in the corrected release this morning was that those holes should not be viewed in isolation. They are part of a larger package of holes, and there will be further holes coming from that same region. However, we were getting a very clear sense that the market was getting frustrated with our lack of follow-up drill holes, so we put out what we had.

I think I can state with a great degree of confidence that we should be breaking ground not more than 30 months from today—Mike Nikiforuk

“When we started with this project in 2006,” Nikiforuk continues, “we had a known strike length of 1.1 kilometres. We just published a preliminary economic assessment July 13, and that resource is calculated over 1.7 kilometres: an increase of 600 metres. The focus shifted from the initial resource of a deeper fresh-rock resource to primarily an oxide resource. The first resource went to a depth of 260 vertical metres. This resource is now to a depth of only 160 metres. The reason we did that is because there are troughs within the deposit that are in oxide as deep as 160 metres. So we’re quite excited about the project’s potential to grow. We just have no doubt in our minds that the project has the ability to grow.

“We announced in our August 23 press release that the Minister of Mines for Mali has granted us a one-year extension to complete our feasibility study. Based on the positive PEA, the feasibility process is underway. Bumigeme Inc—the engineering group who did the PEA—has been engaged to prepare the feasibility. Roche Ltd is going to be involved in the preparation of the environmental study and the mine planning. Through the engineering groups we will be speaking with rePlan to commence the move into the village and things of that nature.

“There is a bit of a reprieve in the work initiative for weather conditions—which is an annual event that hits all of West Africa. We closed camp on July 27 for the annual rains. Our senior geologists will be departing Toronto October 19 to get back to Mali. So we will be resuming late October, early November, depending on access and so forth. We have a second drill rig planned to come on site in January 2012. One rig will be dedicated to geotechnical drilling, the other rig will continue with the exploration initiative. But the goal is to push this thing through feasibility and have that study on the minister’s desk on or about June 2012 with an application for an exploitation or mining license.

“I think I can state with a great degree of confidence that we should be breaking ground not more than 30 months from today. I would venture that we can improve on that; that is the goal. I just want to be reasonably conservative now, because it is a target that is a bit out there, and there are things that need to be done. But I think 30 months is at the outside of that time frame.”

Nikiforuk concludes, “One thing that’s incredibly important to the entire process moving forward is that we are contracting to bring in a pilot plant that will be capable of processing up to one tonne per hour. Our goal is to increase the diameter of the RC holes that we are drilling to generate up to 100 kilograms of material per metre drilled. So we will hive off two kilograms of that for lab analysis using LeachWELL as the protocol, and the balance of 98 kilograms will be processed through the pilot plant. We are contending that the larger the sample size—the larger the aliquot that’s being processed—the higher the grade. This is a nuggety deposit. All the work we’ve done to date clearly indicates that if you are analyzing a bigger sample, you have a better shot at capturing that nugget effect, and your grade will go up. When we announced the PEA we said this is a bulk-mining model, and everything in the mineralized corridor is going through the gravity plant, even that which is defined currently as waste. Because we do not believe it is waste.”

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Michael A.J. Nikiforuk
President/Director
416.644.8892 x 101

by Greg Klein and Ted Niles

African Gold President Mike Nikiforuk on Mali gold project PEA

July 19th, 2011

African Gold Group Inc TSXV:AGG announced a revised preliminary economic assessment for Zone 1 of its Kobada Gold Project in Mali. The PEA estimates an internal rate of return of 90.57% and a net present value of US$216.9 million, based on US$1,100 per gold ounce and a discount rate of 5%. The report projects average annual production to be 126,000 ounces for the first five years, costing US$470.90 per ounce. Gold production for year 6 is estimated to be 112,200 ounces.

The report proposes an open-pit, bulk-mining model, using a gravity recovery process plant. The PEA is based on a resource estimate of 1.093 million tonnes inferred grading 0.48 g/t with a 0.1 g/t cut-off. The resource does not include drilling undertaken since December 2010, which includes an enlarged Zone 1 and the newly discovered Foroko North Deposit and the Termite Zone. The PEA is currently being translated from French into English.

President/Director Mike Nikiforuk tells ResourceClips.com, “Zone 1 is not a static zone, it’s a zone that’s increasing in dimension as we go up and down along strike. That’s why our press release refers to a 1-million gold ounce threshold surpassed from 15% of strike. Zone 1 used to be 1.2 kilometres in strike length but it is now, with respect to the scoping study, 1.7 kilometres in strike length. That represents approximately 15% of the 12-kilometre-long anomalous trend. So there’s continuing exploration. We put out a press release on June 1 announcing southern step-out holes that are extending Zone 1 another 200 metres south, and on April 7 we released assays from 27 holes to the north. These were not a regular pattern of 50-metre step-outs. We moved 400 metres north of the most northerly drilling on Zone 1.”

In this environment, with this price for gold, we want to move as aggressively as possible.—Mike Nikiforuk

He continues, “So there’s a big gap in between and we drilled a couple of lines that were staggered, then we moved another 700 metres north of that, and another 400 metres north of that, and we have intercepted significant mineralization up to two kilometres north of the most northern part of Zone 1. So it’s a dynamic and growing strike line.

“We absolutely want to go into production while continuing to explore,” Nikiforuk emphasizes. “In this environment, with this price for gold, we want to move as aggressively as possible. We have started on a feasibility study which we hope to complete within 12 months. We’ve had preliminary discussions with bankers, and this is an incredibly positive environment for us and others as well. We want to take advantage of it; so it’s not something we want to see protracted. That’s not in our best interests or our shareholders’ best interests.

“The preliminary economic assessment supports the notion that Kobada will be a very low-cost operation,” he explains. “Part of the reason, as our director Pierre Lalande points out, will be the opportunity to process material in a gravimetric plant. The rock here has morphed into a clay over the course of millions of years of a weathering process. The weathering profile extends as much as 150 metres vertical from surface. The average is around 100 metres vertical from surface.

“So to mine it we get the shovels, we put the material in a truck and take it to the plant,” he says. “The first step in the plant is to de-slime—we want to get rid of that clay. We’ve done metallurgical tests that show the gold in the slime is very, very minute relative to what remains after the de-sliming portion. Then the de-slimed portion goes to the gravity plant and gold is extracted. The tests we’ve done were incredibly successful. This was based on a 287-kilogram sample that was a composite of 127 samples taken from eight distinct holes during the 2009 drill program. SGS Lakefield analyzed it and found that when they de-slimed they removed 57% of the original mass. The 43% of the finds that were treated with gravity recovered 92% of the gold that was ultimately reported.”

Nikiforuk adds, “In the absence of an unsolicited takeover offer or some form of friendly transaction, African Gold Group must undertake every effort to put Kobada into production ourselves. One of the things we’re doing now is searching for a CEO whose experience would lend itself to this type of operation and opportunity. So we’re doing everything in our power to put it into production. Step 1 is to move it through feasibility as quickly as possible and that process will be complete by mid-next year.

“We have a second rig coming on site in January, and it will be dedicated to geotechnical drilling. The other rig will continue with exploration drilling.”

He concludes, “We are stating that our production would be in the magnitude of 125,00 ounces a year. If we achieve that, we will have significantly transformed the company into a positive cash-flow entity, as opposed to an exploration entity which is constantly looking for capital and depleting it through the exploration exercise. It’s a very dynamic time for us, and we certainly believe we’re up to it.”

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Michael A. J. Nikiforuk
President/Director
416.644.8892 x 101

by Greg Klein

The Next Million Ounces

June 6th, 2011

African Gold Aims for 2014 Mali Gold Production

By Ted Niles

According to Mike Nikiforuk, there are two things especially important about the 2011 drill program at African Gold Group’s Kobada project in Mali. The first, says the company’s President, is that “100% of our work this year is step-out drilling.” This is notable because the company spent 2010 focused on infill work—a necessary step towards updating Kobada’s resource, but as Nikiforuk points out, “the market is not really excited about infill drilling.” It’s the second that’s got Nikiforuk really excited. To wit: the expansion of the area containing Kobada’s inferred 740,000-ounce gold resource from 1,100 metres to 3,300 metres of mineralized strike length.

Nikiforuk explains, “The goal of the 2011 program—which we’ve drilled approximately 200 holes on to date, and we’re still drilling—is to bring visibility to the next one million ounces, or the two million ounce gold threshold, as an interim target. The only reason in the world we state that is because we are absolutely certain that we are at the one-million-ounce threshold, and we are going to the two-million-ounce threshold with this year’s program. That is not to say that we will be able to bring that into the 43-101 category this year—for that we’ll have to infill drill. But it’s there.”

African Gold Aims for 2014 Mali Gold Production

June 1 step-out drilling results from Kobada include 1.35 grams per tonne gold over 96 metres, 1.53 g/t over 46 metres (including 16.56 g/t over 1 metre) and 1 g/t over 102 metres. April 7 results include 5.7 g/t gold over 10 metres (including 25.45 g/t over 1 metre), 4.79 g/t over 15 metres (including 30.8 g/t over 2 metres), 1.21 g/t over 45 metres, 2.08 g/t over 34 metres, 6.23 g/t over 8 metres, 19.6 g/t over 3 metres and 42.4 g/t over 3 metres.

Situated in the Kangaba region of Mali, West Africa, the Kobada project is African Gold’s flagship property. A preliminary economic assessment for Kobada is expected to be released, Nikiforuk reports, “in the next short while”—incorporating all drill results to December 2010. And a second drill rig has been confirmed to start January 2012, running double shifts with the first rig. Nikiforuk outlines the plan moving forward, “We hope to be through feasibility approximately 18 months from now. That’ll incorporate infill drilling to bring those ounces into the resource; that’ll incorporate further step-out exploration drilling; it will also entail geotechnical drilling. That way, we’ll know precisely what our pit’s going to look like, our slopes, and where infrastructure is going to go.”

He continues, “Internally, we have envisioned that Kobada will be in production within three years from today. It’ll take 12 months to put it into production from the date of having access to the capital and making the decision to move forward. The plant that we’re looking at will run 10,000 tonnes per day. And we are looking at capital expenditure that will not exceed $125 million. That should spin in the magnitude of 130,000 ounces of gold production a year. Those are our internally stated goals.”

The goal of the 2011 program is to bring visibility to the next one million ounces, or the two-million-ounce gold threshold, as an interim target. – Mike Nikiforuk

If African Gold were to become producers themselves, the priority would be on finding a CEO adequately qualified to lead the company in that direction. But Nikiforuk recognizes that the likely interest from current producers cannot be dismissed. “It is our job—as a management team, it is incumbent upon us—to evaluate any offer and present it to the shareholders for a decision.”

Nikiforuk concludes, “I have no doubt in my mind that the project is going into production. I have no doubt in my mind that, ultimately, the PEA is going to arrive on our desk demonstrating positive economics and advising to push the project forward. And it’ll be a very low-cost producer. The preliminary numbers I’ve seen so far in terms of internal rate of return are very, very strong.”

The company also has significant landholdings in Ghana on the Asankrangwa Gold Belt—best known, perhaps, for hosting Keegan Resources’ Esaase project—but they remain in the early stages of exploration. African Gold Group has a market capitalization of $71.65 million at press time, trading at $0.62 per share.

African Gold President Mike Nikiforuk on Mali gold assays of 1 g/t over 102m

June 2nd, 2011

“Kobada is a project that we negotiated in 2005 and closed in 2006. In 2008, we had a very significant change take place in our strategy that was essentially due to the arrival of Pierre Lalande, who is a geologist with some 40-odd years experience, a good percentage of that spent in the West African theatre. Pierre is the former chief geologist of IAMGOLD from, I believe, 1994 through to 2001, so he has a lot of experience in Mali. As Pierre tells us the story when he first contacted us, he tried to buy Kobada in 1998 from the French—it was formerly a parastatal organization of the French government, the BRGM—and he couldn’t make a deal with them that made any economic sense so they took a pass on it. But he’d never forgotten about it and, more important, about what he perceived its potential was. So he was very keenly following our progress from a distance and felt the urge to give us a call and offer his services. Which we agreed to.

“Since then, Pierre has caused us to re-evaluate our programs and shift our focus from deep drilling and sulphides to surface drilling in oxide material. He postulated the notion that the gold within the oxide profile can be completely recovered with a gravity plant alone. That has enormous implications for capital expenditures and even operating costs.

“Last year, our drill program was completely concentrated in the oxide profile, which is the first 100 vertical metres of the deposit that has been completely weathered out. Hence its lending itself to utilizing gravity, and gravity alone, as a recovery process. Last year our program consisted of infill drilling and step-out drilling. But the bulk of the holes were infill. We had to do that because the historical drilling was not enough to bring it into a 43-101 resource. So we had to tighten up the drill spacing and drill density, follow the consultant’s recommendation and infill drill. Of course, the market really is not excited about infill drilling. But we did have some step-out holes as well.

I have no doubt in my mind that the project is going into production. – Mike Nikiforuk

“Having said that, now we are stepping-out. In the 2011 program there are a couple of things that we want to impress upon the market place. 1) 100% of our work this year is step-out drilling. 2) The current resource that contains 740,000 ounces gold at a 0.3 g/t cut-off, averaging 1.25 g/t, is contained within 1,100 metres of strike; the drilling we press released today—the 14 holes to the south—stepped-out as far as 200 metres to the south. So we’ve grown the mineralized envelope 200 metres to the south.

“Perhaps of even greater importance, we put a press release out April 7 announcing 27 holes that were drilled in four clusters up to two kilometres north of the mineralized envelope that contains the 43-101 resource, and we intercepted economic grade over mineable width in each one of those clusters. Therefore, we’re saying today that the mineralized strike length of Zone 1 has grown from 1,100 to 3,300 metres—in essence, a 300% increase. If you look at today’s holes, 90% of them ended in mineralization. So we still have our depth potential. And we believe the sulphide material will be amenable to utilizing gravity as a recovery process as well—but we will have to introduce crushing and grinding circuits because we’ll be dealing with competent bedrock, as opposed to weathered, oxidized material.


“So, for the first time in our corporate history in a press release, we tried to bring light to the fact that the 2011 program—which we’ve drilled approximately 200 holes to date on, and we’re still drilling—that the goal is to bring visibility to the next one million ounces, or the two million ounce gold threshold, as an interim target. The only reason in the world we state that is because we are absolutely certain that we are at the one-million-ounce threshold, and we are going to the two million ounce threshold with this year’s program. That is not to say that we will be able to bring that into the 43-101 category this year—for that we’ll have to infill drill. But it’s there.

“We’re going to be coming out with a scoping study in the next short while. That scoping study is going to incorporate all drilling up to December 2010. So we’ll complete this drill program and evaluate where we’re at. We’ve actually contacted our drill provider and requested a second rig, running double shifts, commencing January 2012. The scoping study—a preliminary economic assessment—will be in our hands very shortly. It’s going to contain the recommendations to move the project through feasibility. This year our goal was to bring visibility to where the next million ounces are situated. We hope to be through feasibility approximately 18 months from now. That’ll incorporate infill drilling to bring those ounces into the resource; that’ll incorporate further step-out exploration drilling; it will also entail geotechnical drilling. That way, we’ll know precisely what our pit’s going to look like, our slopes, where infrastructure is going to go. We’re also going to do some condemnation drilling as part of that exercise.

“Internally, we have envisioned that Kobada will be in production within three years from today. It’ll take 12 months to put it into production from the date of having access to the capital and making the decision to move forward. The plant that we’re looking at will run 10,000 tonnes per day. And we are looking at capital expenditure that will not exceed $125 million. That should spin in the magnitude of 130,000 ounces gold production a year. Those are our internally stated goals.

“Our goal is to put Kobada into production. One of the things that’s on our agenda that’s of very high importance is to identify a CEO who has a track record and pedigree within the investing community as a result of prior success. One who has the engineering background and technical skills to lead the team and move it forward to become a producer. Having said that, we are also fully anticipating that current producers may make an offer to acquire the asset. It is our job—as a management team, it is incumbent upon us—to evaluate any offer and present it to the shareholders for a decision. It’s a two-pronged approach: yes, we are going to be driving it forward and, in the absence of a proposal, putting it into production. And it’ll be a very low-cost producer. The capex for a gravity plant is a fraction of what it is for agitation leaching. The preliminary numbers I’ve seen so far in terms of internal rate of return are very, very strong.”

“I have no doubt in my mind that the project is going into production. I have no doubt in my mind that, ultimately, the PEA is going to arrive on our desk demonstrating positive economics and advising to push the project forward. We’ve had preliminary discussions with potential bankers and we believe that the project will qualify for 60% debt facility. I emphasize that these are very preliminary discussions, but the project is attracting interest both in the investment community, the banking community and the mining community.”

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African Gold reports Mali Gold Assays up to 5.7 g/t over 10m

April 7th, 2011

African Gold Group Inc TSXV:AGG announced drill results from its Kobada Project in Mali, West Africa. Highlights include 5.7 g/t gold over 10 metres (including 25.45 g/t over 1 metre), 4.79 g/t over 15 metres (30.8 g/t over 2 metres), 1.21 g/t over 45 metres, 2.18 g/t over 10 metres, 0.75 g/t over 73 metres, 2.08 g/t over 34 metres, 1.61 g/t over 15 metres, 2.38 g/t over 10 metres, 6.23 g/t over 8 metres, 19.6 g/t over 3 metres and 42.4 g/t over 3 metres.

VP Exploration Kevin Downing remarked, “We are presently drilling as far as 1,300 metres south of the 43-101 resource and remain optimistic that the combination of our northern and southern step-out holes will ultimately result in the significant expansion and growth of our Kobada gold project.”

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Michael A.J. Nikiforuk
President/CEO
416.644.8892 x 101

by Ted Niles

African Gold reports Mali Gold Assays up to 2.7 g/t over 12m

February 3rd, 2011

African Gold Group Inc TSXV:AGG announced drill results from the Termite Zone of its Kobada Gold Project in Mali. Assays include 2.7 g/t gold over 12 metres, 1.25 g/t over 8 metres, 9.16 g/t over 3 metres, 0.61 g/t over 26 metres, 0.96 g/t over 9 metres, 0.6 g/t over 15 metres, 0.6 g/t over 30 metres.

President Mike Nikiforuk said, “We are most encouraged with the development potential of the southern region of our Kobada gold project. In addition, our 2010 drill program has confirmed that the most northern region of the Zone 1 deposit remains open along strike. The Termite Zone represents a separate and distinct structure that lies up to 1,500 metres south of and between 300 to 600 metres east of the North 20 degrees East trend of the Zone 1 main gold deposit. At present, our understanding of the Termite Zone region has yet to reach a level from which we can draw conclusions about the ultimate potential of the area. It may be that the mineralization intersected at depth in KBRC10-018 and KBRC10-026 are connected, as low angle veins have also been observed in Zone 1. If this is the case, we may be at the north end of another pod of mineralization. Regardless, all tonnes and ounces that emanate from the Termite Zone could be accurately categorized as incremental ounces that will ultimately complement the main Zone 1 gold deposit. Our Kobada gold project continues to grow.”

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Michael A. Nikiforuk
President
416.644.8892 x 101

by Ted Niles

African Gold reports Mali Gold Assays up to 0.8 g/t over 86m

January 14th, 2011

African Gold Group Inc AGG:CA announced drill results from its Kobada Project in Mali, West Africa. Assays include 0.8 g/t gold over 86 metres, 1.15 g/t over 47 metres (including 16.99 g/t over 1 metre), 1.18 g/t over 28 metres, 2.08 g/t over 15.5 metres, 0.93 g/t over 34 metres, 0.76 g/t over 33 metres, 2.1 g/t over 23 metres and 1.33 g/t over 53 metres.

President/Director Michael Nikiforuk commented, “AGG is most encouraged by the results of discovery hole KBRC10-059 and the positive impact of this drill hole on expanding the mineralized strike length of the Foroko North structure from 600 metres to 1.2 kilometres. Ground reconnaissance initiatives conducted by AGG geologists demonstrate the Foroko North structure measures approximately four kilometres in length. Drilling to date has tested approximately 30% of this structure. We therefore remain optimistic that 2011 drilling holds the potential to significantly increase the strike length of the mineralized envelope contained within this structure.”

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Michael A.J. Nikiforuk
President/Director
416.644.8892 x 101

by Ted Niles