Oteegee Innovations Updates Shareholders on Share Structure

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LAS VEGAS, Dec. 20, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Oteegee Innovations Inc. (OTCBB:OTGI) wishes to confirm its new share structure due to investor inquiries. The Company currently has 30,390,000 common shares issued and outstanding. The 30.39 million common shares include the recently issued 15 million restricted common shares pursuant to the acquisition of the Abigail Lithium property, a further 2 million restricted common shares, and 2.375 million common shares held by insiders. The balance of approximately 11 million common shares comprises the public float.

The Company recently announced its acquisition of the Abigail Lithium Project located in the James Bay, Quebec region of Canada. It is covered by NTS sheets 320/12 and 320/13. The property is made up of 222 map-designated cells totaling 11,844 hectares. With the increase in demand for lithium batteries, the company believes it has entered a market with considerable growth opportunities. In addition, the Company is optimistic with the prospect of the Abigail acquisition.

Jordan Starkman, CEO of Oteegee Innovations, stated, “We are pleased with the increased interest in the Company, and we are looking forward to a new year of growth, development, and prosperity in 2011.”

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