Anglo African Oil & Gas CEO David Sefton resigns


Anglo African Oil & Gas said chief executive David Sefton had decided to resign from the company.

After successfully taking the Company through its IPO on AIM in 2017, overseeing a successful drilling campaign on TLP-103C during the last twelve months and having put the funding in place for the TLP-103C side track, Sefton had decided the time was right to step down from the board with immediate effect to focus on his other projects.

Sarah Cope, currently a non-executive of the company, had assumed the role of Interim non-executive chairman and the company would commence the search for a new chairman, Anglo African Oil & Gas said.

At 8:32am: (LON:AAOG) Anglo African Oil Gas Plc Ord 5p share price was -0.05p at 3.8p

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