Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI) has issued a Tulu Kapi gold project financing update including that it is “pleased to report that all lead contracting and equity investment parties have agreed their draft agreements… The company expects all outstanding issues to be addressed imminently, the exact timing of which will largely be driven by the Government process”. Is this "funding secured"?
The Ethiopian Minister of Mines, Takele Uma, was apparently sacked yesterday at a cabinet meeting. Rumours in Addis suggest that he stands accused of industrial scale corruption. Well knock me down with a feather.
Another day, another announcement from Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI) – with this time boss Harry Adams “delighted” with the award of five further exploration licences in Saudi Arabia to the company’s 30%-owned joint venture. Is he sugaring the pill ahead of bad news in Ethiopia?
I get up off my sick bed to find numerous emails from my fellow shareholders in Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI). I am told that the shares are “collapsing”. Hmmmm so a 1% fall is a collapse: whatever you say.
These days he goes by the name Lord Ashbourne but I shall always know Edison's mining analyst as the convicted felon Charlie Gibson. Anyhow yesterday he was not thrashing some peasant for being a dirty oik or driving while sloshed but instead penning a note on Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI). Of course Kefi pays for this research but that makes its steer on a placing all the more relevant. No it is NOT doing one right now as I keep being told by folks who will not accept a slam dunk denial from 'arry Adams.
Kefi Gold & Copper(KEFI) states that it “is pleased to announce that the updated US$320 million Tulu Kapi gold project costings and finance plan has now been agreed by all the Tulu Kapi syndicate lead contractors, investors and lenders. It is currently being processed for final reviews and entry into definitive documentation to be signed as soon as possible, with the expectation to achieve this next month”. Is this though what was expected at this point?
In October Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI) announced, in another delay, that it would get financial sign off for its Tulu Kapi scheme in “mid November”. Today, on the 14th, some of my fellow shareholders are cacking their pants. Why? Just how dim are you?