December 14, 2005, Vancouver, British Columbia-Uganda Gold Mining Ltd. (TSX Venture Exchange -- Symbol UGM) is pleased to announce that it has recently added 13.4 sq. km to its previous 8.7 sq. km mineral tenures for a total of 22.1 sq. kilometers covering the Bonaparte gold occurrences north of Kamloops B.C.
The additional mineral tenure covers potential extensions of the gold bearing structures to the south. Historical diamond drilling has traced to the south several gold bearing quartz veins to a point where lava flows cover the veins.
South of the main showings a stream silt survey program gave anomalous gold values in four creeks draining a portion of the recently acquired mineral tenure. Gold analyses of 453.8 ppb, 59.7 ppb, 118.8 ppb and 190.6 ppb were obtained. These results are encouraging and the company intends to carry out follow-up geological mapping, soil and rock sampling.
The writer E. Livgard P.Eng. a director of Uganda Gold Mining Ltd, has acquired the new mineral tenure on behalf of Uganda gold Mining Ltd and has planned and
supervised the stream silt sampling program. He is a qualified person according to NI 43-101.
For detail information on the Bonaparte, check the Company website at
For further information contact, Allan Beaton, President, Uganda Gold Mining Ltd. at (604)682-2245, Fax: (604)682-2275, Email: email@example.com.
ON BEHALF OF UGANDA GOLD LTD.
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