Todi project is defined with a numerous prospects, targets and anomalies distributed throughout the land package. These include conceptual geology targets based on known settings of existing Greenstone Belts (Amphibolite and Composite Unit), cross cutting shear zones, coherent gold in soil anomalies, stream sediment geochemistry and geophysical discontinuities and anomalies. Additionally, artisanal mining sites are inferred to be located on structural trends that continue onto and through land package forming highly prospective trends for the discovery of world class gold deposits.
Sampling, mapping, trenching and scout drilling programs were completed along the regional trend of the mineralization and identified at least 6 multi-km targets for mineralization over 18.5 km of strike length in Todi Project area.
Todi Project was discovered during a program of reconnaissance field works of mapping and sampling. During this program a large area of artisanal gold workings was discovered over approximately 20 km of strike.
Gold mineralization at Todi is hosted within sheared, altered and sulphide bearing amphibolite and locally gneissic rocks and generally forms a regular south-southwest dipping zones within a broader composite unit package bounded by gneissic rocks.