Centurion Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:CTN) (“Centurion”, or the “Company”) has extended the closing of a 2nd tranche of its previously announced private placement to on or before, August 26th, 2019.
The company initially announced a non-brokered private placement for up to $2 million and on July 10, closed a first tranche for $1,486,743 priced at $0.10/Unit. Each Unit consists of one common share and one common share purchase warrant exercisable for 2 years and priced at $0.15.
Proceeds are allocated to general working capital and due diligence related to South American cannabis opportunities, focused on Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay and Peru.
Centurion Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian-based company with a focus on South American asset development. The Company’s lead investment is its interest in the Ana Sofia Agri-Gypsum Fertilizer Project. In addition, the Company is actively pursuing business opportunities in the South American cannabis and related products industry.
“David G. Tafel”
President and CEO
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