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ARBITRATION CASE 2.1 Billion USA Dollars or 2.8 billion Canadian Dollars

300mil shares = 9 dollars per share Paw


Mrima Hill niobium and rare-earth project to be a "WORLD CLASS " deposit in two metal suites


confirming Mrima Hill as the world's highest-grade(i) undeveloped rare-earth deposit;
  • Indicated mineral resource estimate of 48.7 million tonnes at 4.40 per cent TREO (greater-than-1.0-per-cent TREO cut-off) plus inferred mineral resource estimate of 110.7 million tonnes at 3.61 per cent TREO (greater-than-1.0-per-cent TREO cut-off) for a total of 6.14 million tonnes of contained TREO;
  • High percentage (21 per cent) of indicated TREO resource (greater-than-1.0-per-cent TREO cut-off) consists of critical rare-earth oxides (CREO), including neodymium, dysprosium, europium, terbium and yttrium.



  • PAW -(PWCRF) Pacific Wildcat Resources Corp. - Company Website pacificwildcat.com

    100 billion US dollar figures for PAW DEPOSIT
    youtube.com
    you can see why government wants it back


    #28 and #29 will be 50 meter holes(Natedog)

    plotted drill hole map
    siliconinvestor.com

    kaiserbottomfish.com


    Cortec Mining Kenya, the company that is licensed to mine the over $100 billion Niobium and rare earth metal deposits at Mrima Hills in Kwale, South Coast was among the companies whose licences were cancelled.



    confirming Mrima Hill as the world's highest-grade(i) undeveloped rare-earth deposit;
  • Indicated mineral resource estimate of 48.7 million tonnes at 4.40 per cent TREO (greater-than-1.0-per-cent TREO cut-off) plus inferred mineral resource estimate of 110.7 million tonnes at 3.61 per cent TREO (greater-than-1.0-per-cent TREO cut-off) for a total of 6.14 million tonnes of contained TREO;
  • High percentage (21 per cent) of indicated TREO resource (greater-than-1.0-per-cent TREO cut-off) consists of critical rare-earth oxides (CREO), including neodymium, dysprosium, europium, terbium and yttrium.

  • Mrima Hill niobium and rare-earth project to be a world-class deposit in two metal suites


    *JK owns shares in Pacific Wildcat Resources Corp



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