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My Frog ain't great but these documents from the Congo look very bad news for Zenith Energy - time for an RNS?

My Frog is not that good but the documents below sent to Winnileaks seem to suggest that Zenith Energy (ZEN) has been totally booted out of the Congo. That would surely be bad news for this long term dog with fleas and surely a clarifying statement is needed. Suffice to say, anyone holding these shares, now a paltry 0.4p to sell, is bonkers 

Zenith Energy is ‘avin’ a giraffe!

If you believe the statement issued today by Zenith Energy (ZEN) then I have a bridge in London I’d like to sell you. It simply defies belief that what Zenith says can possibly be true.


Letter to FCA: Zenith wholesale breach of disclosure rules and securities fraud

Zenith Energy (ZEN) is quoted on the Standard List, so the regulator in charge is the FCA. The FCA is also responsible for policing all cases of fraud among listed companies. So, after today's shocking fess up as a result of my bombshell of last Thursday, I have dropped the chocolate teapots a note about events since June 4 demanding an urgent enquiry and the suspension of the shares.


Zenith admits it doesn’t own its main asset, it clearly deceived investors and now it smears Tom Winnifrith.

Anyone who checked out the track record of the once self-styled  “King of Socks” Count Andrea Cattaneo della Volta, would never have invested in Zenith Energy (ZEN). This is a man who trousered vast sums from Pex, a Leicester sock maker, before shutting up shop in the UK leaving workers owed huge unpaid wages.  Last week I published a letter appearing to show that Zenith had lost its main asset, the Tilapia field in the Republic of Congo. Today, a bombshell…..

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