Mkango Resources (LON:MKA) Alex Lemon ( Co- founder -President)

 

Exclusive: Share Talk has just interviewed Alex Lemon ( Co- founder -President) of London listed AIM company Mkango Resources.

He is in Cape Town, South Africa attending the African Mining: 6-9 February 2017 – World’s Largest Mining Investment Event along with the MKA team. Plus he gives a very descriptive update on the company and what share holders can expect short term.

He talks about the Noble International Noble Group (SGX: N21), Uranium and Mkango plans to commence its 2017 100% owned exploration programme in the Thambani licence area during the first quarter.

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Noble International Noble Group acquire up to a 12.5% interest in Mkango.  Yet behind Noble Group lies the China Investment Corporation (CIC) “Peoples Republic of China” when they unveiled a fully underwritten rights issue in June 2016 that raise $500m with CIC earning itself a second seat on the board of SGX: N21.

The markets have not picked up on the possibility of a JV partner coming to the table through this partnership.  Alex Lemon talks about that possibility, old data from 1950 -60’s that shows a new play with the word “Lithium” being mentioned in this interview.

We will publish the interview in full tomorrow and thank you to Alex for taking the time out to talk to Share Talk and updating share holders.

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