Omu: Work done during 2018-2019

  • Detailed exploration work completed to-date:
  • Exploration covered an area of 1.5 km x 1.5 kms
  • Geologic mapping & prospecting
  • Collection of soil samples on 100m x 100m grid
  • IP survey completed, 25 lines over 100m spacing

Technical Update

  • Discovered in 2014 by surface prospecting
  • Widespread Cu-Au in rocks & soil
  • Intrusive diorite mapped near OMU21DD001
  • Located on the Keveri Fault

2.89% Cu, 0.044g/t Au, 6.1g/t Ag (OUTCROP)

Sheeted sub-vertical qtz-epidotesulphide veins hosted by chlorite – sericite altered mafic rocks at Didu Creek, near junction of Omu Creek. This area was targted with OMU-21-01

IP 3D Oblique View looking west northwest

IP anomaly 340 metres below surface.

Omu displays data set alignment of IP(Induced Polarization) target, a large surface soil geochemistry signature 2km x 2km, grid-based soil and rock sampling (outcrop and float), and regional structural intersection of main Keveri Fault with Dimidi NE Transfer Fault.

  • Further mapping and soil sampling in arcuate or ring features at Omu SE suggest potential underlying mineralized intrusion/s.
  • High grade Cu floats on the western part of the ring features and Cu-Au bearing hydrothermal breccia floats and sub-crops (EA026) on its northern part.
  • Proposed drill hole OMU21DD002 – to test the centre of the main IP anomaly
  • The other proposed future holes (OMU21DD003 & 004) are designed to vector towards Omu SE.
  • 500m planned with one hole ( 15% of drilling budget)

Omu – soils & IP Survey Data

Omu – Geologic & IP Survey Data

OMU – all datasets

OMU – IP Chargeability Targets

Chargeability anomaly as seen below the E-W Omu creek (centre of survey) and main Fault displayed here at depths -50m to -350m ( extent of survey) shows a significant body dipping to the south. This becomes the basis of our drill program.

OMU – IP Near Surface Targets

  • IP survey defines at least 2 distinct chargeability targets at Omu Prospect
  • This section viewed at 120m below surface
  • Omu Central, is approximately 800m long by 300-400m wide
  • Omu NE is 300-500m long by 200-300 m wide
  • Both targets have coincident copper in soil anomalies and copper mineralization in outcrop

OMU – IP Targets Shown to -335m

  • Both Omu Central and Omu NE maintain their chargeability amplitude at depth & beyond
  • Both are open at depth to at least 335m vertical below surface
  • IP survey limits between 300 and 400m depth
  • Omu Central anomaly widens at depth and dips moderately to the south
  • Omu NE appears to remain vertical