Sama Resources progress of drilling program

Sama Resources Inc announced progress of its 12,000m Phase IV drilling program (using Sama’s new 100% owned drill rig) at the Samapleu Project in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa. The drilling program is designed to tests regional targets and to increase mineral strike length of the known poly-metallic deposits; the “Samapleu Main deposit” and the “Samapleu Extension 1 deposit (Zone 24)”. The drilling program is expected to last the remainder of 2013. Three boreholes have been completed to date (with one currently in progress) for a total of 640m.

Hole SM25-112519, 122m of nickel-copper disseminated sulphide mineralization including 10m of semi-massive (50%-75%) material, open laterally and at depth (Samapleu Extension 1) . Hole SM19-467515 returned 166 metres of disseminated mineralization with stringers of highly disseminated to semi-massive sulphide materials at the newly discovered SM19 Sector. Nickel-Copper surface mineralization strike length enhanced at Samapleu Extension 1 Deposit. There will be aggressive 12,000-meter exploration program planned for 2013.

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