Michael Griffiths is a qualified geologist, a Fellow of AusIMM, and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has more than 35 years of experience in the minerals and energy sector in Australia and Africa. Career Highlights include the discovery and development of the following projects: Hancock Prospecting's Kevin’s Corner Coal Project (part of the AFLA Coal Project), Queensland (1982-83), Otter Exploration NL’s Tanami Gold Project (800,00ozs) Australia (1989-93, final stages of feasibility of Associated Gold Fields NL’s Obotan Gold deposit in Ghana (1993). Sub-Sahara Exploration NL’s discovery of the Tusker Gold deposit (6.0 million ounce) in Tanzania (1998-2007) and the high grade gold Koka Deposit (860,000ozs) in Eritrea (2005-2012). Since joining Mozambi Coal in 2010, Mr Griffiths has acted as chair and chief technical advisor to the Company. He is also a director of TSX-V company Currie Rose Resources.