Significant results include 37 metres at 3.24 g/t gold from 11 metres and 29 metres at 3.52 g/t gold from 36 metres.
Notably, Koko is located two kilometres south of the emerging Seko discovery.
Oklo is now mobilising another drill rig to test the zone between Seko and Koko with drilling to commence at the end of the week.
Drilling continues, more results expected
Oklo’s managing director Simon Taylor said: “The widths and grade of mineralisation intersected from Koko are comparable to the early drill results received from Seko and demonstrate that there is excellent potential to materially grow the Seko footprint. We also remain optimistic that the host 12km-long Dandoko gold corridor will continue to deliver further discoveries.
“The 2-kilometre zone separating Koko from Seko is now a high priority target and we are mobilising another drill rig to test this zone. In the meantime, we look forward to reporting the remaining assay results (11 holes) from the shallow drill program, and first results from the follow-up drilling at SK1 and the deeper RC and DD drilling at the other Seko trends.”