Tue. May 28th, 2024

Mining company Shanta Gold announced promising findings in its latest update on exploration activities at the West Kenya project in Kenya. Positive drilling has enabled the firm to convert resources from the inferred to indicated category, highlighting commercial value.

In addition to the testing of prospective early to mid-stage targets around the Remula camp, the company drilled 2,911 meters from 24 holes at the Ramula deposit between Q4 2023 and Q1 2024. A mineral resource estimate is expected by Q2, 2024.

Additionally, the mining firm intercepted gold bearing sands and rocks at varying depths and lateral extents in four holes (1,045 meters) drilled at Miruka and two holes (841 meters) drilled at Anomaly 22.

Eric Zurrin, CEO of Shanta Gold, said “Results from the 1 886 meters of assays at our early-mid-stage targets at both Miruka and Anomaly 22 have demonstrated economic range mineralization, confirming the continuity of the mineralization.”

By Joy

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