Think everyone is for giving AB some time to resolve the issues he undoubtably faces. That said, the timescale to resolve issues must be reasonable.
IIRC, you're a contract lawyer by trade. There can't be many agreements to review, so I would expect the external lawyers to be able to establish our legal position within a couple if weeks. I wouldn't expect the accountants to take much longer. Say maximum a month to investigate, a week to compile the report, early Dec latest for concrete news to shareholders. Spring next year is way beyond my expectations.
I had in the last few days an e mail from a resident who is in a business about 15/20 Km from Kabwe. They made the following comments." I have tried to find our what is actually happening with regard to activities of BMR without going myself to the site area, However no one in Kabwe seems to know anything about work or activities of BMR" I would have thought that somewhere along the way Kabwe traders would have an ear to any movements.
We've all been patient beyond belief. I think knowing we have the power to trigger an EGM is in itself quite powerful & I see nothing wrong in holding this as a threat to the BOD in the event things don't improve.
We get a positive announcement over the next couple of weeks, great. We get notification of an AGM, great. We get nada, we only need 5% to get an EGM since more than a year would have elapsed. Looking at the latest total, we're not far off.
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