Mako Gold confirms manganese mineralisation at Korhogo Project with promising IP survey results

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Mako Gold Ltd (ASX:MKG) managing director Peter Ledwidge joins Proactive's Stephen Gunnion with promising initial results from an IP geophysics survey conducted on the Ouangolodougou Permit at the Korhogo Project in Cte d'Ivoire.

The survey, encompassing 1.4 square kilometres with an additional line extending from it, aimed to test the effectiveness of the IP survey method in identifying manganese mineralisation. The decision for the survey was based on extensive mapping, rock chip sampling, and some drilling already undertaken.

The survey successfully identified manganese both at the surface and subsurface, confirming the IP survey as a valid tool for identifying subsurface manganese mineralisation in areas with limited outcrop visibility. This discovery is significant given the large size of the project, spanning an eight-kilometre by four-kilometre area, with plans to extend the IP survey coverage for optimal drilling target identification.

Mako Gold's confidence in the project's potential is bolstered by comparisons to the nearby Lauzoua Mine, noting similar mineralisation patterns and the vertical nature of deposits.

The company is exploring partnerships to further develop the manganese deposit while maintaining a focus on its flagship Napi Gold Project.

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