Excerpts from the CPR Executive Summary:
The Segele gold occurrence is a small but potentially very high-grade target hosted by sheared and altered mafic to ultramafic rocks. Artisanal mining activity has been extensive at Segele. Government records suggest that around 1000 Kg of gold have been extracted from the site within less than 1.5 years.
The Joru target has the potential to be a large-low grade (1-2g/t) mineral deposit with high grade cores (for example 5 g/t at Joru Central) within quartz vein stockworks within a quartzofeldspathichost rock. Trenching and drilling has confirmed the size of the target to potentially be over 3km in length and deeper than 100m in one intersection.