Sipa Resources (ASX:SRI) has intersected further nickel-copper massive sulphides at the Akelikongo target of its Kitgum-Pader Project in Uganda.
The mineralisation, which is mostly disseminated within an ultramafic pyroxenite, extends from surface to more than 80 metres below surface and is open in all directions.
From 94.3 metres to 97.5 metres, a 3.2 metres wide breccia zone contains intersections of massive and semi-massive sulphide.
These results continue to infer that a significant deposit of disseminated and massive sulphide is developing at Akelikongo.
The initial program at Akelikongo is now complete and the drill rig will now commence testing the Pamwa zinc-lead zone identified in soils and shallow drilling.
Sipa’s Kitgum-Pader Base metals & Gold Project comprises 16 exploration licences, covering 6,490 square kilometres in central northern Uganda, East Africa.
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