Genesis Electronics Group Inc., (GEGI-OTC) Signs Agreement With Morrocota Gold
Genesis Electronics Group Inc., (GEGI-OTC) announces it has signed agreement with Morrocota Gold to operate what will be called “The Project Gomez Plata.” The project is fully permitted and the operation is operational within two months. The project is presently being overhauled and as existing has a capacity of 100 tons per day. The region is referred to as Sesgalete. The project claim is over a mile long and an average width of 1.5 yards. The mineral material amounts to 1,170,000 tons with 154,227 ounces of gold, and 2,408,000 ounces of silver. Juan David Perez Schile, CEO, comments, “We are thrilled to enter into this agreement, and my team is anxious to work with this group. They have identified our team’s ability to optimize projects and produce cash flow.”
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