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East Africa Metals considers adding Adyabo in Ethiopia to its collection

Having successfully acquired Tigray Resources, East Africa Metals has acquired an option to acquire the Adyabo property in Ethiopia.

East Africa now has two significant assets – the Harvest project in Ethiopia and the Handeni property, which includes the Magambazi gold project in Tanzania. The company has the option to acquire up to an 80% interest in the Adyabo property covering 312 square kilometres immediately west of the Harvest project.

East Africa has continued with Tigray’s Adyabo project exploration program which was in progress in Ethiopia, with a focus on targeting both extension and infill diamond drilling of mineralized zones identified at both the Mato Bula and Da Tambuk gold prospects. A total of 14 diamond drill holes have been planned to further test the mineralized systems. Drilling is anticipated to be complete by the end of June 2014.

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