Mako is earning up to a 75% interest in the Napié Project under a farm-in and joint venture agreement with Occidental Gold SARL, a fully owned subsidiary of Perseus.
The assays from eight holes at the Tchaga Prospect returned narrow gold intercepts with the best individual result of 1-metre up to 7.55 g/t gold.
Assay results from select drill holes from current and previous drilling
Mako is planning a follow-up drill program after the wet season, which usually ends in November in Côte d’Ivoire.
Targets for drilling, shown in dashed pink circles for high-priority and dashed blue circles for second priority
Mako’s near-term goal is to move towards a JORC compliant resource.
The company will therefore be focussing its effort on further drilling on the Tchaga Prospect and more specifically, on the 1-kilometre outlined area.
The drill program will focus on infill drilling between sections as well as extending the strike-length and width of mineralisation in the directions marked as open.