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|mad mac: Spectacular share, that GWGO: $0.375 to $0.001 in six months, must be a record.
I guess the company doesn't care about its share price as it's only relevant when you are trying to 'sell' shares to new suckers.
But what is strange is that all this seems to have happened without anybody actually seeing any WAGO/GWGO share certificates - has [i]anybody[/i] on this thread received any communication from Hanover Capital Group plc?
What about stuff like AGMs? Anybody been invited to one recently?
If anybody is interested in doing something positive about this, like going to see the DTI for example, or maybe a shareholders' voluntary winding up, please contact me:
|annbar: West Africa Gold, Inc. Declares a Stock Dividend
Company Declares a 20% Stock Dividend to Reward Its Shareholders
NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 10/25/04 -- West Africa Gold, Inc. (OTC BB: WAGI) announces that the Company has authorized a 20% (twenty percent) dividend of the Company's common stock for its shareholders of record as of Monday, November 8, 2004. The distribution to shareholders should be completed by the end of November 2004.
With this, the Company wishes to thank all its shareholders for supporting the Company's efforts in the development of the Company's mining properties in North America and in Mali, West Africa.
Michael G Saner, the CEO of West Africa Gold, Inc. said that he was delighted that shareholders were being rewarded in this manner and hoped that this would contribute to increased support for the Company and its Mining Exploration efforts and hoped that this would offset some of the losses suffered by the Company's shareholders caused by the unexplained and very substantial fall in the Company's share price in recent months.
About West Africa Gold Inc.:
West Africa Gold (www.westafricagold.com) is an aggressive gold exploration company that has acquired certain rights to mine for minerals, primarily gold, in various regions of the Republic of Mali and in North America.
Statements contained in this press release, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements as that term is defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are based largely on the Company's expectations and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties beyond the Company's control, including but not limited to economic, competitive and other factors affecting the Company's operations, management team effectiveness, expansion strategies, available financing, market prices and recovery costs, government regulations involving the Company, facts and events not known at the time of this release, and other factors discussed in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
These statements are not guarantees of future performance and readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this release. The Company undertakes no obligation to update publicly any forward-looking statements.
West Africa Gold Inc.
+ 1 212 672 1851
E Mail : [email protected]old.com|
|captain swing: U & S was mentioned in the Private Eye article of a few weeks ago which was referred to on one of the other threads I believe. I've not read that article & have no idea what is going on here but really, the share price movements on this and Jubilee (JIT -- share swap with HAO) have flashed a warning. After all, JIT holders have seen their capital scrunched 20% in recent weeks.
HAO gold mining interests are in Mali, OK, fine. Perhaps some connection with Randgold? Don't know|
|thatsmart: With the likelihood of war against Iraq increasing the price of gold is rising and we can expect a substantial gain in the share price.|
|bobalex2000: 100 old TAG shares = 1 new HAO share. So if you owned 1 million Tera shares, you now own 10,000 HAO shares...and down..down...downnnnnn.|
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