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Yepleu discovery Niton

Discovered in 2013 as a ground follow-up on the large EM airborne anomaly, the Yepleu discovery is the only know nickel-copper visible sulphide discovery at surface in West-Africa.The EM anomaly is 6 km long by 4 km wide. We have found numerous outcrops with visible sulphide through the entire area.

The EM anomaly is 6 km long by 4 km wide. We have found numerous outcrops with visible sulphide through the entire area.

Lola Graphite project October 2013

The Lola Graphite Project is 100% owned by Sama Resources Guinea SARL, a fully owned Sama Resources Inc. subsidiary.  The Lola Graphite occurrence is located near the town of Lola in eastern Guinea, 1,000 km from Conakry, the capital of the Republic of Guinea. The occurrence is within 50 km from the border with Guinea and located 3.5km west of the town of Lola.

The graphite rich paragneiss is present at surface over 8.7 kilometers with an average width of 300m and up to 1,000m wide. The first 20m or so of the deposit is well weathered (lateralized) freeing graphite flakes from the silicate gangue and allowing for an easy grinding with an optimal recovery of large and jumbo flakes. Graphite mineralisation continues at depth within the non-weathered paragneiss.
Graphite mineralization is well exposed at surface on its entire strike length with sample grades ranging from trace to up to 20% of large flakes and often seen in higher concentration agglomerates