On October 13, 2010, Pelangio announced the discovery of a potential bulk tonnage zone at the Nfante East target, approximately one kilometre from the Nfante West discovery and four kilometres from the Pokukrom East discovery.
SFDD-093 and -094 were drilled approximately 133-metres apart west of the strongest area of the Nfante East geochemical anomaly, the entirety of which measures approximately 800 metres x 350 metres (at a 40 ppb level) and is open to the northeast and southwest. Both holes were drilled at azimuth 117°and a -50°dip.
While SFDD-093 did not intersect gold mineralization, SFDD-094 intersected 0.95 g/t gold over 33 metres (true length to be confirmed) from 53 metres down-hole. Mineralization in hole SFDD-094 is hosted in brecciated hematite altered mafic volcanic rocks with 5% irregular quartz-pyrite stockworks.
SFDD-150 was drilled on section 45800, 100 metres north of and on strike with SFDD-094. The drill hole returned 15 metres at 0.62 g/t gold in oxide mineralization from surface to 15 metres down-hole and a second hematite altered zone from 48 metres to 67 metres down-hole of 1.06 g/t gold over 19 metres. Further drilling is required at Nfante East to locate higher grade sericite-style mineralization as intersected at Pokukrom East.