Cinro Potaro Report

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RECONAISSANCE REPORT
OF THE
CINRO POTARO PROJECT
IN CENTRAL GUYANA
FOR CINRO RESOURCES INC.

May 21 2012
Prepared by
Evan C.R. Persaud

SUMMARY
On 18 October, 2011, Mr. Roy Singh, Chairman and C.E.O. of CINRO Resources Inc.
(“CINRO”), had retained Consulting Geologist Mr. Evan C.R. Persaud of Georgetown, Guyana to
carry out a reconnaissance exploration program on the original CINRO Potaro property, located in
central Guyana (the “Property”). Mr. Roy Singh had originally acquired the rights to the Property
consisting of 18 Prospecting Permits, Medium Scale (“Permits” or “Prospecting Permits”), from Mr. J.
Orlando Adams. Mr. Roy Singh has subsequently acquired many other properties in the Potaro
Mining District, which forms a contiguous 38 km long north to south trending band adjacent to the
Stronghold Metals Inc. Eagle Mountain Prospecting License. The Properties are located in central
Guyana, some 235 km south-southwest of the capital city of Georgetown, and some 25 km southwest
of the village of Mahdia. The 18 permits are situated approximately 30 km WSW of the Omai Gold
Mine initially developed in 1993 by Cambior Inc.
The Property lies immediately south west of the Mowasi Mountain, which rises to an
elevation of approximately 2200 feet. The area to the north, northeast and northwest of the
CINRO Potaro property has been the subject of artisanal mining for alluvial gold since the late
1880s and continues to the present. The Property is largely underlain by paleoproterozic
metamorphosed rocks of the Barama-Mazaruni Supergroup Granite – Greenstone terrane.
(Metavolcanics and Metasediments) which have been intruded by Younger Basic Group
(Avanvero Suite) sill and dykes.
Guyana has a long history of gold production. Until the successful development of the Omai
Mine in 1993, production was primarily from alluvial deposits. In central Guyana, the Potaro,
Essequibo and Konawaruk Rivers hosted numerous mining operations, and activity continues
along the upper Konawaruk and in the headwaters of the Mowasi River to the east. Gold
mineralization generally occurs in quartz veins and swarms of veins in shear zones in these older
rocks.

A geochemical stream sediment sampling program was completed in November 2011 and this
report presents all pertinent information regarding the literature review of the property and the
exploration activities prior to submission of the samples to ACME Analytical Laboratories
(ACME) for geochemical analysis. A total of twenty eight sample sites were tested and a
panned concentrate and a stream sediment sample were taken from each site. These stream
sediment samples were submitted to ACME labs by Consulting Geologist Mr. Bjorn Jeune.

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