Volta Resources Inc.

Volta Resources finds more copper-gold intercepts at Gaoua, Burkina Faso

Volta Resources Inc reported more significant copper-gold intercepts from the last drill
holes of its 2008 diamond and reverse circulation drilling program at its Gaoua copper-gold porphyry project in southern Burkina Faso, West Africa.

The latest drilling significantly expands the mineralized envelope towards the west at the Gongondy target, considerably increasing the mineral potential of the area, the compamy said.

The latest results are from two diamond drill holes (S63GON and S64GON) and four RC holes (GRC2-08 to GRC5-08) drilled on the southernmost part of Gongondy.

Highlights from the logging and assay results from the latest drilling include the confirmation of the presence of wide, high-grade, intercepts reported by historical holes, such as 124 metres at 0.56 percent copper and 0.34 grams per ton of gold at S63GON, including 12 metres at 1.18 percent Cu and 0.81 g/t Au, and the extension of the mineralized envelope to the west. A highlight from the RC program is the intercept of 27 metres at  0.71 percent Cu and 1.23g/t Au at hole GRC4- 08).

Management is encouraged by this drilling success. Further drilling is currently being planned.

Volta is a Toronto-based mineral exploration company focused on gold properties in West
Africa, with  operations offices in Accra, Ghana and Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

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