Oklo Resources achieves bonanza gold intercepts at Dandoko project in Mali

ASX-listed Oklo Resources has reported further high-grade gold intercepts from drilling at the Disse deposit within its 100%-owned Dandoko Project in West Mali.

The results, generated from 10 RC and three diamond drill holes within the central zone at Disse, include individual grades of up to 87.50 g/t gold.

“These excellent results further confirm Disse as an emerging high-grade target with both open cut and underground potential,” said Oklo managing director Simon Taylor.

“The latest high-grade gold result of five metres at 19.08 g/t gold is from the central part of the host structure, which remains open at depth and correlates well with the high-grade gold intersected in the adjacent drill sections, including six metres at 12.56 g/t gold and three metres at 19.9 4 g/t gold.”

Dandoko is located approximately 30 km east of B2Gold’s 7.1 million ounce Fekola Project within the Kenieba Inlier of West Mali, and encompasses the Seko, Koko, Disse and Diabarou deposits.

Since the announcement of Dandoko’s maiden 668,500 ounces mineral resource estimate in March 2021, Oklo has focused on resource growth opportunities within Seko and other key targets along the Dandoko gold corridor.

“The addition of high-grade fresh rock will complement the largely shallow oxide resource at Seko. The current resource expansion drilling program at Seko is now complete with final results expected imminently,” Taylor said.