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Former Chief Geologist (Surface-Exploration) Of AngloGold Ashanti – Obuasi Mines Joins AGG (Ghana) Ltd

20 June 2005

African Gold Group, Inc., is pleased to report that Mr. Samuel Bosomtwe has joined AGG (Ghana) Ltd. in the capacity of Exploration Geologist. Mr. Bosomtwe will report directly to Mr. Ben Adoo, Managing Director, AGG (Ghana) Ltd.

“The appointment of Samuel to the position of Exploration Geologist concludes our extensive search to fill this extremely important position within our West African operating subsidiary, and further reflects our ambitious plans for the growth of AGG throughout the region. Samuel’s duties will encompass every aspect of our field operations from project design, implementation, budget control and report generation. He will be working closely with Project Managers, CME & Company, in a bid to maximize the efficiency of all AGG field operations going forward,” reports M.D., Ben Adoo.

Most recently, Samuel served as Chief Geologist (Surface-Exploration) with AngloGold Ashanti – Obuasi Mine. In 1996, Samuel led the former Ashanti Goldfields Company Ltd. – Obuasi Mine’s due diligence team’s review of Gulf Coast Resources, Banka property. He was also directly involved with the discovery of the Dadieso deposit of the Ayanfuri- Akropong concession in October, 2000 and assisted in the compilation of the feasibility study reports of both the Homase (2001) and Mampong (2002) projects. His various positions within the Exploration Department has provided him with experience in planning, budgeting, monitoring and implementation of approved policies and strategies associated with grass roots exploration through to feasibility reporting.

Samuel holds an M. Sc., Mineral Exploration degree from the University of Leicester, U. K. and a diploma in Geological Engineering from the University of Science and Technology, School of Mines, Tarkwa, Ghana. He is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and a member of The Ghana Institution of Geoscientists.

Samuel’s international experience includes, base metal mines in Ireland, Tin Mines in Cornwall, U.K., certain mining districts within Nevada and Utah, including Newmont Mining Corporation’s Carlin mine.

Corporate

The Company has issued 100,000 incentive stock options to consultants, exercisable at $2.00 per share with 75,000 options expiring on November 3, 2009 and 25,000 options expiring on September 01, 2009.

African Gold Group, Inc., based in Toronto, is engaged in the identification, acquisition and exploration of prospective gold projects situated along significant gold trends in Ghana, West Africa. The Company’s immediate focus is to systematically explore both surface, and in particular, subsurface targets along three major gold trends: the Sefwi, Asankrangwa and Wasa-Akyem Gold Belts.

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AFRICAN GOLD GROUP INC.

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M5C 2W7

Phone: 647-775-8538
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