Tim Livesey of Oriole Resources tells us why Cameroon is increasingly attractive for mining companies.

At Mines and Money London, we were lucky enough to catch up with Time Livesey, CEO of Oriole Resources. Oriole is an AIM listed exploration company primarily operating in Senegal and Cameroon with some legacy assets in Turkey.

Tim goes into some detail on their targets in Africa, but with a focus on their work in Cameroon, and explains how Cameroon is making itself more attractive to mining companies at the moment:

“Cameroon is opening itself up to mining investment as we speak. They’ve identified an opportunity as a country to attract investment. The minerals ministry there is behind a push to build out a nationwide geological, geophysical and geochemical dataset to help.”

Watch the full interview with Tim for more information.

About Oriole Resources
Oriole Resources PLC (LON: ORR) is an AIM-listed exploration company, operating in Africa and Europe. Oriole is focused on early-stage gold exploration in Cameroon and the more advanced Dalafin gold project in Senegal, where IAMGOLD has the option to spend US$8m to earn a 70% interest. The Company has a number of interests and royalties in companies operating throughout Africa and Turkey and is assessing new gold and base metal opportunities in both regions.

For more information visit their website, follow Oriole Resources on Twitter @OrioleResources or connect with them on LinkedIn.

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