Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling on the Ahwere prospect of the Gomoa Concession was carried out within the period. A total of 10 holes totaling 1005m of RC drilling were completed as part of the first phase program to test trench gold anomalies on the Ahwere prospect. Holes were drilled at minus 50 degrees towards grid east.

It is very important to note that current drilling was also to help determine the actual dip of ore body

Drilling focused on the 300m of the mineralized structure on the northern part of the Ahwere Prospect and has been completed on approximately 50m centres testing the upper 100m of the proposed ore body. Significantly mineralization has been encountered between section589950mN South to 599100mN North (approximately 250m strike) at about 10m to 55mbelow surface.

Reverse Circulation (RC) Drilling Sampling

RC Samples were collected via a cyclone at one metre intervals, riffle split and taken for analysis. A second riffle split samples were taken as witness samples. Field residues were retained in plastic bags on site.

All the samples were dispatched to SGS Laboratories in Tarkwa for gold analysis by Fire Assay (50g Charge) with a detection limit of 0.01ppm, Routine quality control samples including field duplicates and standards were also submitted at 10% in addition to the laboratories own quality control procedures.

All RC holes were logged on site by Geodita Resources geologist using standard logging procedure and templates and representatives samples collected in chip trays for further logging and storage.

Down-hole orientation surveys were carried out on RC holes at 6m, 36, 66m etc using FlexIT survey instrument.