There is no point looking back at what might have been. MA was sacked probably by WHI for his inaccurate RNS 's. AB is a hard tough man brought in to move bmr forward. We should all be grateful. Where now? Well it's either production, JV or a sale IMO. From very brief communication with him he's making good progress. Let's give him time
good morning. i agree wholeheartedly that MA should not have spent money and caused dilution by buying assets when we havent even proven that our intended methods can produce a marketable product that allows us to use waste and not make even more waste i was gob smacked when he did this without any prior information to investors of his attention this is a buggers muddle but lets hope it comes out okay
I am aware that it hasn't been easy for BMR, not a doddle, but I don't get why MA couldn't have gone straight for Kabwe, gotten approval a couple of years ago from ZEMA, if he knew that it would be needed. Why this year? Change of government has played its part in hampering our progress, the moratorium and so on, yes, but MA has taken us around the houses.
Only my opinions these Stu. None of us are privy to all the facts.
Finally, please be more polite mate. No need to be bombastic. We all want our investment here to be a success. Some of us simply enjoy exploring as many angles as we can, good, bad and indifferent.
For the record, now that MA has gone, I really don't know what the plan is. It could be production after all, sale, or a bit of both. I really don't know what AB has planned, only that I hope and must trust that it's good. I'm just pleased that MA has departed.
So,the more time lapsed, the more I didn't think we'd ever see production. Whereas the official news pointed to us doing just that. I would say that I felt over a year or so ago that it wasn't MA's intention to get us producing. Instead, I felt more that he was attempting to parcel us up and entice a buyer. I otherwise feel we would have been producing long ago. Well, 2013 was supposedly the year of beneficiation.
In a way, he hasn't surprised me, put it that way, yet he has also left me quite furious. Lol.
Just to clarify. The RNS releases have strung us along over many moons towards, and with the carrot-dangle of production, yet because it hasn't happened. I have felt personally for some time, and I have mentioned it on many occasions, that we just won't get to production in spite of what we've been officially told. I have never really felt that it was MA's intention. So, yes, there are two views, based on MA's tenure, not AB's. One view that we should have had, based on official news, in that we were to produce, and my own personal view, based on my own feelings, because the news had proven to have promised much, yet in actuality, always been way off the mark. MA has therefore never delivered on the production front. I didn't expect him to, but considering the RNS news, that is what should have happened.
Stringing shareholders along with sketchy RNS news, no, not well played MA. Has he let Ndola go? It's still very much referred to on our website.
Anyway, why did MA bother spending two years chasing assets that we don't seem to have on the books now? He could have solely focused on Kabwe from the outset and raised funds to get us into production there long ago. ZEMA approval could have come much sooner with a concentration of his efforts. Has he not in effect put us back a couple of years, at a cost to shareholders?
Only my opinion, but I feel MA has actually much to answer for. He hasn't handled the asset grab well has he? We are further diluted with apparently nothing going on outside Kabwe. Of course, we need it confirming that such is the case.
If Ndola is off the menu though, then perhaps it should be removed from the website. As with all else BMR, it is otherwise just misleading and unfortunately quite typical of our Company.
You may be privy to other news, good for you if so, but in some respects, and if we go off official news only, MA has failed, over time, to deliver. We are still not producing at our flagship project and are sitting, temporarily suspended, at little over a penny. On top of this, he has escaped a real shareholder grilling at this year's AGM, should there be one.
.........feeding the trolls. So much of the debate on here is in response to the empty vessels. Just don't respond. You are merely proving Einstein correct again, this time in his definition of insanity. There is no reasoning with these bitter fruit loops. Ignore them & they will wither & die. Cheers
Some of us know wats going on you just guess lol I posted here months ago Chingola was a wild goose chase!! Ndola was not at first but has now gone? why Because Masoud let it go... Kept the S/P up for a while? Well played Masoud, We all own this company so demand answers I do
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