Nkansu mineralization is very similar to the core of Pokukrom East mineralization. In the south west portion, mineralization consists of essentially of massive quartz sericite-pyrite carbonate alteration with core lengths of 25-70 metres. Peak grades are lower in the zone, in the range of 0.8-1.2 g/t, however the drill stage is early. The mineralization lies in the hanging wall of a west dipping fault. Peripheral stockwork alteration is not observed. Best results to date are from drill hole SGRC-322 which intersected 49.5 metres at 1.18 g/t gold.
Approximately 400 metres north of this area, another 300-meter-long weak gold in soil anomaly has seen 5 holes completed. The best results to date are from drill holes SGRC-325, with 10.5 metres core length averaging 1.33 g/t gold from 44.3 metres down hole, and SGRC -327, with 1.05 g/t over 1.5 metres from 123.80 metres down hole.
Sections, Tables of results and a longitudinal section for Nkansu are given below.