Chairman Klaus Eckhof, founder of Moto Gold Deposit, now Barricks' 17Moz Kibali gold mine, knows the geology in Northern Congo fairly well. He and his team have now been developing various gold projects, adjacent to that big gold mine. 3 mio. gold ounces had been determined on target Kebigada, but 10 mio. ounces is the goal in the long run. The most recent drillings went deep and first results are expected the next 2-3 weeks, possibly high grade. Amani's strategy is trying to acquire more projects in the vicinity, to increase gold resources steadily and to attract gold majors sooner or later, like the Moto Deposit.
Klaus was giving this interview to AXINO at the latest International Precious Metals & Commodities Show in Munich.
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