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April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ghana Gold Corp. (PINKSHEETS: GGCO) announced today that it has signed a letter of intent to acquire significant mineral exploration, production and commercialization rights in the
Central African Republic.
According to the Letter of Intent, the World Sports Alliance Intergovernmental Organization ("WSA-IGO") will grant to Ghana Gold, mineral exploration, production and commercialization rights to significant gold concessions of the WSA-IGO and, specifically, in connection with the mining concession already granted by the
Central African Republic, a member state of the WSA-IGO. The rights to the mining concessions will be granted, in such a manner as to enable Ghana Gold to operate under the permits, agreements and approvals of the WSA-IGO.
The terms of the Letter of Intent are to be confirmed in a mining rights acquisition agreement schedule to be signed on or before
April 20, 2013.
The previously announced acquisition of FoundersMM in
Ghana, by Ghana Gold has been terminated in order to concentrate on the existing gold exploration and production in
Ghana and to successfully conclude the acquisition of the WSA-IGO mining rights in the
Central African Republic ("CAR").
"We are pleased to have concluded our negotiations with the WSA-IGO and its project integrator WSA-Global" said
Elaine Affleck, Chairperson and CEO of Ghana Gold Corp. "The mining rights represent a tremendous opportunity for our company, our shareholders and partners." further added Mrs. Affleck.
About the WSA-IGO
The World Sports Alliance Intergovernmental Organization created under the 1969 Vienna Convention with the distinguishing factor being that the WSA does not solicit contributions from its Member States but rather is a self-funded organization with a business model based on establishing Public-Private-Partnerships ("PPP"). The World Sports Alliance Intergovernmental Organization currently has 31 member states including but not limited to the Kingdom of
Dominican Republic, Republic of
Central African Republic, the Republic of
Ghana, Republic of
Congo, and the
Republic of Chile.
For more information on the World Sports Alliance, please visit the website at
About Ghana Gold Corp.