Roscan Kicks-Off End Of Rainy Season Programme In Mali

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Four Rigs Being Mobilised At Kandiole

Roscan Gold Corporation (TSXV: ROS) has commenced of an initial 16,000m drilling programme in two phases at the company’s Kandiole Gold Project, located in Mali, West Africa.

With the end of the rainy season, Roscan has commenced drilling, which will focus at the Mankouke South and Kandiole (KN1) targets. A total of four drill rigs are currently being mobilized at site and drilling commenced on October 19th.

The drill programme will be part of the Kandiole Project’s maiden mineral resource estimate, expected to be delivered by end of 2021. Upon the completion of this round of drilling, Roscan will have drilled approximately 27,550 meters of Diamond and RC holes (DDH and RC) and 110,000 meters of Air Core holes (AC) in 2021.

President and CEO, Nana Sangmuah, said that in addition to the drilling programme, there is a backlog of approximately 10,000 meters of Air Core drilling samples, 8,000 single saprolite short hole samples, as well as 2,025 termite mounds samples at the laboratory, mainly over Roscan’s regional targets. Follow up drilling, at such targets, should be expected post interpretation of such results.

“We are excited to commence drilling post rainy season as we advance towards our initial resource estimate at the Kandiole Project. We expect to see increased news flow from the drilling backlog currently at the labs and this new drill campaign as we continue to move on the path to unlocking the value of the Kandiole gold project,” Mr Sangmuah said.

Roscan Gold Corporation is a Canadian gold exploration company focused on the exploration and acquisition of gold properties in West Africa. The company has assembled a significant land position of 100%-owned permits in an area of producing gold mines (including B2 Gold’s Fekola Mine which lies in a contiguous property to the west of Kandiole), and major gold deposits, located both north and south of its Kandiole Project in West Mali.

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