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Baga Gold Project

The Baga Gold Project is a 644km2 land holding comprised of two recently granted exploration permits located 150km east of the city of Bouaké, Cote d’Ivoire and situated 80km west of the border with Ghana.

The permits cover an underexplored region of structural complexity highly prospective for orogenic gold deposits. The permits are, situated where the southern extent of the Duango-Fitini shear zone in Côte d’Ivoire’s north forms a flexure or structural splay into Oumé-Fetekro parallel shears within Birimian metasediments and metavolcanics. At this change of orientation in structures within the Biriiman terrane the Baga project area also covers the intersection, or truncation of the Bui Belt which hosts Tarkwaiian sediments and conglomerate units extending east and northeast into central Ghana.

This triple junction of significant regional structures in combination with previously un-mapped lithologic complexity and evidence of alteration and shearing identified in reconnaissance mapping by Many Peaks highlight a highly prospective area to advance exploration activity.