Uranium Hunter Hires US Investor Relations Counseladmin
Uranium Hunter Corporation announce that it has hired Gary W. Reid as US investor relations counsel. Mr. Reid is based out of South Carolina and has many years of investor relations experience with Public companies. Mr. Reid assists companies with investor relations strategies by introducing them to the investment community at large and building and sustaining investor support.
Ghaith Qamheiah, President of Uranium Hunter, commented, “We are confident that Gary will help the company reinforce Uranium Hunter’s profile in the financial community and enhance the visibility of our project portfolio. Gary will assist the company with communicating to the investing public and create a broad following among key investment community audiences building investor awareness and shareholder value so that we may move forward with our business plans.”
Uranium Hunter is a natural resource corporation devoted to the exploration and development of deposits of Uranium and Gold in East Africa. The company website can be found at www.UraniumHunterCorp.com.
Uranium Hunter has entered into a Definitive Agreement with Trimark Explorations, Ltd (“Trimark”), on behalf of its wholly owned subsidiary Gambaro Resources, to earn up to a 100% interest in the Uranium-Au property located in Njombe and Songea Districts, Tanzania. Uranium Hunter has optioned 170 km2 property in southern Tanzania covering sediments of the Karoo sequence which share common features with rocks of the Colorado Plateau in the western US that have become prolific producers of Uranium.
Uranium Hunter has entered into another Definitive Agreement with NPK Resources Ltd. to earn a 75% interest in the Nkoko and Kagadi uranium properties which contain over 800 km2 located in Kibaale district, Uganda, called the “Kibaale Project.”
The Ugandan government, World Bank, African Development Fund and the Nordic Development Fund have all co-sponsored a US $42 million high valued mineral centered aerial survey which began in January 2007. Results are expected shortly, and will aid in early exploration work on the properties.