Mako is planning about 2,000 metres of RC drilling to follow-up previous high-grade intercepts including 28 metres at 4.86 g/t gold.
The drilling program is following up on the positive results received from three other targets which returned significant gold intersections.
Napié Project - prospects and drill targets (dashed lines: pink = high priority; blue = second priority)
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 subsidiary of Perseus.
Mako managing director Peter Ledwidge said: “We are excited to be drilling again on the Tchaga prospect.
“The results of this drill program should help unlock another piece of the puzzle of our geological modelling of gold mineralisation and bring Mako closer to a resource on the Tchaga prospect.