This is due to the company continuously intersecting high grades of gold and copper mineralisation at its exploration site in Eastern Highlands Province.
In a statement, K92 Mining says based on the ongoing success of the Kora exploration drill program, the second drill rig is now operating from an underground set up.
The company says this will increase data flow as K92 targets to build up tonnage via drilling at grade control spacing in the immediate area surrounding the Kora extension discovery, while also targeting to conduct enhanced exploration of Kora, a deposit which remains not only open in every direction but strongly mineralised at the extent of all drilling.
K92 chief executive officer, John Lewins, said: “We continue to intersect high grades of gold and copper as we follow up on the Kora extension discovery. Based on this ongoing success, a second drill rig has now been added to intensify and expand this definition and exploration program.”
Recently K92 intersected high grades of gold and copper mineralisation in exploration drilling designed to follow up on the initial discovery of the northern extension of the Kora vein.
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