The Company is focusing current Uyowa exploration in the northernmost area of PL5153/2008, which includes an active artisanal area of about 300 meters x 100 meters and its surrounding environs. Recently, option to purchase agreements were completed involving four Primary Mining Licenses (PMLs), located in the heart of the targeted exploration area, to allow the investigation of their potential. Regional exploration on the remainder of the prospecting license (PL) to trace the mineralized zone along strike will be conducted. During August we plan to complete:
- Regional Ground Magnetic survey on 200 meter spaced N-S lines across a grid of 12 kilometers x 6 kilometers.
- Gradient array induced polarization (IP) survey on 400 meter spaced north-south lines across the optioned PMLs and extending out along strike across a grid of 10 kilometers x 4 kilometers.
- Soil sampling on 200 meter x 50 meter grid spacing across a grid area of 2.25 kilometers x 10 kilometers.
- Schlumberger profiles to obtain a more detailed picture of what's underneath in the broad anomalous areas outlined by the gradient array.
- Investigation of the two (2) anomalous Rotary Air Blast (RAB) targets east of Kanunga 1. Pitting and trenching is currently in progress and will continue into August. Once the anomalies have been validated, a number of 50 meter long north-south trenches will be planned to establish the continuity of the mineralized lenses.
- Pitting of the Schlumberger VES targets to the west of Kanunga 1 is also in progress. If the “mbuga” (black cotton soil cover) is too thick to pit (>3m), then investigation of these targets will be by an Auger Rig.
At Suguti (PL3966/2006) and Murangi (PL4511/2007) prospecting licenses, also part of the Musoma Bunda gold project, exploration during August will include:
- Pitting, with follow-up trenching across the IP anomaly in the northeast part of the Suguti license.
- Follow-up investigation of the isolated soil anomalies hosted by banded iron formation (BIF), south of the Suguti Fault on the southern side of the license, including pitting and trenching to define any geochemical anomalies.
- Orientation sample pits across ground magnetic anomalies on the Murangi license.
Clive King, P.Geo, a Qualified Person as such term is defined in Canadian National Instrument 43-101, is responsible for monitoring the supervision and quality control of Lake Victoria’s exploration program and has reviewed and verified the technical information contained in this news release. Clive King, registered with the South African Council of Natural Scientific Professions (Pr.Sci.Nat Reg. No. 400065/09).Forward Looking Disclaimer This news release may contain forward-looking statements or information within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and within the meaning of Canadian provincial securities laws applicable to the Company. Forward-looking statements are typically identified by words such as: believe, expect, anticipate, intend, estimate, postulate and similar expressions, or are those, which, by their nature, refer to future events. 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