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A group of shareholders in West Africa-focused lithium and gold explorer Birimian Ltd. have called for a general meeting to vote on the removal of two of the company's directors.

ASX-listed Birimian on Jan 30 said it has been served with a section 249D notice from shareholders that collectively own 6.57% of the company.

The shareholders want Chairman Winton Willesee and director Hugh Bresser voted off the board and Michael Langford and James McKay appointed as directors.

Birimian said it will call a meeting within 21 days of the date it received the notice.