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Aly-Khan Satchu, Financial Market Analyst, Advisor and Commentator

Base Titanium Limited has announced the appointment of three additional members to its Board of Directors.

These new members, John Ngumi, Investment Banker, Desterio Oyatsi, Lawyer and Aly-Khan Satchu, Financial Market Analyst, Advisor and Commentator.

They join existing Chairman Professor Joseph Maitha and Base Resources Executive Directors Tim Carstens and Colin Bwye on the expanded Board.

“I am delighted to welcome such an eminent panel of Kenyan thought leaders to the Board of Base Titanium. Their knowledge and experience in the Kenyan investment and regulatory environment will deepen Base Titanium’s ability to understand the Kenyan context, influence discussion and deliver on its strategic plans to the benefit of all stakeholders,” says Carstens.

The new Board members will work to enhance Base’s relations with the Government of Kenya and will play strong role in promoting the Kenyan mining sector, both domestically and internationally.

 

 

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