The Porcupine Warriors have finally found an answer to the Tarkwa Boys winning streak making sure they return with all the spoils
The confidence level of the Asante Kotoko seem to be gaining grounds now after setting off in the six-week league with a major degree of uncertainty.
The Kumasi-based club have now moved to the fourth place on the log and the victory puts them at a pole position to send a strong signal to Hearts of Oak that their next league meeting with them will not be easy.
Boakye headed home from a Richard Mpong free kick in the 45th minute to ensure Ghana’s representatives in the next edition of the Caf Champions League gain their second win under coach Mas-Ud Dramani.
Kotoko’s next game is against rivals Hearts of Oak on November 18 in Kumasi.