Eric Ewen

Mr. Ewen is a professional prospector. He graduated from the Haileybury School of Mines in Ontario in 1972, and has spent his entire career exploring for and finding gold and base metals in Canada, and West Africa.

Formerly the Managing Director of Keegan Resources Ghana from 2005 to 2010, he was instrumental in acquiring for Keegan, the Bonte Gold mining lease – a former alluvial gold mining operation located just north of Obotan. He commenced wide spread soil sampling lines prospecting for the bedrock source of the alluvial gold – and is credited with discovering and drilling off the Esaase gold deposit which is the subject of the Phase 2 expansion of the Asanko Gold mine (Obotan). The geological resource base for the two projects is circa 11 million ounces of gold.

W.E. Jonah

Mr. Jonah, LLB/BA (Hons), also known as Nana Prah Agyensaim VI, was born in Obuasi, Ghana. He is a Graduate of Metropolitan University of City of London and holds LLB/BA (Hons) in Business Law, a Barrister-at-Law and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Ghana. He is a Special Advisor to the Government of Ghana, a former Member of the Council of State (Presidential Advisory Board), Board Chairman of Perseus Mining Ghana Limited, Board Member of Maxam Mining Explosives and a Director of Ghacem Ghana Limited, and is resident in Accra, Ghana.

Alan McKerron

M.A. Hons.

Mr. McKerron is a former Executive Director of Anglo American Corporation and served in many capacities including Chairman of the New Mining Business Division and as Vice President Anglo American Corporation of Canada. He was also past Chairman, Kroondal Platinum; Director, Aquarius Platinum. Mr. McKerron is a resident of Cape Town, South Africa.