NI 43-101 Technical Reports

Summary Excerpt from NI 43-101

“Most of Liberty’s mineral exploration properties in Liberia, West Africa – specifically the Kpo/Gbarpolu, Putu CVI, Putu North and Putu Mountain, Grand Kru and Nimba South project areas – are highly prospective for bedrock lode-gold mineralization.  Many specific regions which have experienced exploration work have excellent potential to host numerous ore bodies of significant size, yet for vast areas within other unexplored parts of the Company’s concession blocks the mineral potential is simply not known and remains open for investigation.”


The above quote is from Liberty’s second National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report dated September 2, 2007, completed by Robin J. Whiteaker of Whiteaker GeoScience, Kamloops BC, a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101, covering the Exploration Activities on the Mineral Licenses of Liberty International Mineral Corp in Liberia, West Africa, for the report period of June 1, 2006 to May 31, 2007.

Some of the geological data and laboratory results referred to in this website are not covered in the Company’s latest NI 43-101 technical report as they reflect results subsequent to the date of its completion.  All geological information and subsequent lab and geophysical results contained in this presentation on the Liberia West Africa projects, especially in regards to the new Belefuani Toto Range and North Wata projects and additional work on the Putu CVI and other projects, have been reviewed and approved by Liberty’s Regional Exploration Manager, Mr. Greg Nowak, CPG, a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101.

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