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IronRidge Resources CEO hails spectacular lithium project and money making potential for gold

London South East interviewed IronRidge Resources CEO Vincent Moscolo after his recent shareholder meeting. For those less familiar with the company IronRidge (AIM ticker: IRR) are a West African focused minerals explorer with a specific interest in Lithium in Ghana, Gold in Chad and both Gold and to a lesser extent Lithium in Cote D'Ivoire.

Vincent Masolo described the lithium project in Ghana as 'spectacular' and the first of its kind. It is close to operational infrastructure and only 100K from the Ghanaian capital Accra with 1st quartile operational grades. "The fundamentals are there and we believe you can't get better than that anywhere in the world" he said.

"We have a significant portfolio which has taken us two years to build and we have complemented that with an extensive team of geoscientists" he explained. IronRidge have three major shareholders including DGR Global and Sumitomo Corporation.

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