Vancouver, BC. – LOMIKO METALS INC. (TSX-V:LMR, OTC: LMRMF, Europe: ISIN: CA54163Q1028,
WKN: A0Q9W7,) (“Lomiko” or “the Company) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr.
Dietmar Siebholz to the Board of Advisors. Dr. Siebholz has been researching graphite and graphene
investment developments in Europe and is a significant shareholder of Lomiko Metals. In the spring of 2010, Dr. Siebholz added graphite to the list of minerals he favours for investment. In his opinion, graphite is the technology mineral of the future that should replace common technology resources – at least partially – within the next ten years.
After graduating from high school in 1961, Dietmar Siebholz (born 1942) trained to become a banker.
He successfully completed his training with honors in Berlin. Subsequently, his passion for the stock
market led him to the Düsseldorf Stock Exchange as an assistant broker. After gaining a degree in
economics and working as head investment advisor for a bank, Dietmar joined forces with a partner
to establish a fund development agency for specialized real estate. In 1979, a leading real estate fund company appointed him as managing director. In 1983, he started working independently as a
developer and manager of real estate funds. During the course of his professional career, Dietmar has developed real estate funds with an investment volume of more than 700 million Euros, some of
which he still managed until mid-2009. Since 1993, he has been deeply involved in money stability
and precious metals as well as commodities. Through his expert commentary, he is now known to a
large number of participants of this sector. Since 2003, he has been a German representative of GATA and since the beginning of 2007, he has been on the advisory board of a fund development company specializing in commodities.

After selling a number of real estate funds liquidating his equity invested therein and transferring his
fund management company to a younger successor, he has devoted his attention even more to the
issues of money, currency stability and commodities, precious metals and optimizing investment
portfolios. At the age of 64 he continued his studies and finally achieved his goal of obtaining his PhD
in economics.

As a result of the development of technologies and the receipt of patents financed by himself and his
family, he was offered consulting agreements in 2009. Pursuant to the agreements, he was to
prepare the application of pump systems developed by his company for open pit mining in rainy
countries (including Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Paraguay) and to start the corresponding
application-oriented production of these pump systems.

His current technological interest focuses on the advancement of a revolutionary cooling system and
the application of graphite in high-tech developments. However; he remains loyal to his favorites:
gold (as currency secured by substance since 1998), silver (as currency secured by substance and
technology metal since 2001) and rare earths (as technology metals since 2005) as long as there is a trend to expanding high-tech applications.

Lomiko’s Quatre Milles Graphite Property
The Quatre Milles Property is road accessible and is located approximately 175 km northwest of
Montreal and 17 km due north of the village of Sainte-Veronique, Quebec. The property consists
of 28 contiguous claims totaling approximately 1,600 hectares.

The property was originally staked and explored by Graphicor Resources Inc. (“Graphicor”) in
the summer of 1989 based on the results of a regional helicopter-borne EM survey. The
underlying geology consists of intercalated biotite gneiss, biotite feldspar gneiss, marble,
quartzite and calc-silicate lithologies of the Central Metasedimentary Belt of the Grenville Province.

Historical Highlights

 Graphicor completed reconnaissance mapping and prospecting as well as ground geophysics
and a 26 hole diamond drill program totaling 1,625 metres.

The work identified several conductive trends in the central portion of the property and at least
three, relatively flat lying graphitic beds.

Three surface samples were collected and analyzed returning results of 14.16% Cgf, 18.06% Cgf
and 20.35% Cgf.

23 of the initial 26 drill holes intersected graphite concentrations with graphite concentration in
range of 4.69% in hole Q90-1 to a highlight of 8.07% Cgf over 28.60 metres in hole Q90-7.

The highest individual assay was reported in hole Q90-10 reporting 15.48% Cgf over 0.50
metres.