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Swiss Resource Capital AG Poststrasse 1 9100 Herisau, Switzerland http://www.resource-capital.ch
Contact Mr Jochen Staiger +41 71 354 85 01

Omai Gold Mines Successful In Wenot Step-Out Drilling

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Although the US Dollar index recently broke through levels not seen since 2003, indicating great strength, caused by already announced and anticipated Fed rate hikes to counter the multi-decade high inflation levels, gold is still trading around US$1850/oz. As the Russia-Ukraine conflict is still far from over, and markets are frothy over a potential looming recession, gold as the ultimate fear trade appears to be holding its ground firmly. As an advanced gold explorer, Omai Gold Mines (TSXV:OMG) seems to be looking at the right metal, as they are in the midst of an ongoing trenching and drill program at their Omai Gold project in Guyana, after raising C$2.6M, as a second and last tranche of C$600k was closed on April 27, 2022. Most of this financing came from a large UK gold fund that knows Guyana and recognizes the potential in this stock, jumping in at $0.12/share.  New drill results were recently announced, stepping out 100m to the west at Wenot, and generated economic results, much to the delight of management. As a reminder, Omai Gold Mines already has delineated the Wenot deposit with a 2022 NI43-101 resource estimate (1.64Moz @ 1.5g/t Au, another adjacent mineralized envelope (Fennell) has a historic resource estimate of about 1.5Moz @ 1.5g/t Au, and Omai is now in the process of expanding Wenot.  

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On May 27, 2022, Omai Gold Mines announced the first results of the ongoing exploration program at their Omai gold project in Guyana. The company already completed 5 diamond drill holes totaling 1,423m west of the Wenot deposit commencing at the end of March, and a sixth hole is underway. Eight drill holes west of the Fennell target for 1,213m and several trenches were also completed during February-April. An overall view of exploration can be seen on this map, with among others the highlight holes 220DD-033/038/039 being featured, also discussed in the May 27, 2022 news release (and this article):

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