PIPELINE OF NEW HIGHLY PROSPECTIVE PROJECTS
The Korhogo Nord Permit and the newly granted Ouangolodougou Permit cover 185km2 and 111km2 respectively of prospective tenure. Together they form the Korhogo Project with 100% ownership by Mako Gold. The permits are easily accessible from the Mako Field Office. Figure 1
The permits cover significant greenstone-granite contact along a regional fault, favourable for high grade gold mineralisation. To our knowledge, no previous exploration has been conducted. Mako has planned a methodical exploration program, commencing with a soil sampling program.
The permits are located within 30km of Barrick's operating 4.9Moz Au Tongon Gold Mine. This proximity has the potential to create accretive development and processing synergies should Mako be successful in discovering a gold deposit in the permit(s).