VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 26, 2021 /CNW/ – Orca Gold Inc. (TSXV: ORG) (“Orca” or the “Company”) CEO comments on the political situation in Sudan.
“The current political unrest in Sudan resulted in a lot of panic selling in the market yesterday,” commented Rick Clark, President and CEO of Orca Gold Inc. “Above all, we are happy to report that all of our in-country employees are safe and our offices and project site have not been impacted by the civilian protests or actions of the military. While we cannot say that things are business as usual at this moment, we remain confident that Block 14 will achieve production as scheduled. All agreements to advance our project have been signed and our decision to build this gold mine has not changed. This is supported by yesterday’s statement by General Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman al-Burhan that all commercial agreements will continue to be honored by the Government. Block 14 is one of the leading gold development projects in Africa, with a net present value of over USD$1 billion at today’s gold price. We are fully-permitted and construction has commenced. The Project will be the largest commercial mining operation in the country and will ensure significate benefits to Sudan and its people. We are monitoring the current political situation closely and will report back as more information becomes available.”
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
“Richard P. Clark”
Richard P. Clark | CEO & Director | Orca Gold Inc. | 604.689.7842
About Orca Gold Inc.
Orca Gold Inc. (TSXV: ORG) is a Canadian resource company focused on exploration and development opportunities in Africa. Led by a board of directors made up of industry experts and a management team with a track record of discovering and building significant mines globally, Orca is developing one of the leading gold projects in Africa. The Company is currently focused on its 70%-owned Block 14 Gold Project in the Republic of the Sudan on which a Feasibility Study was completed in November 2018 and revised in September 2020.
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