With around ten minutes to the half-time break, Ghana parted from a set piece right external the Gambian punishment box.
Daniel Barnieh was brought down at the edge of the case and Boah ventured up twist the ball into the top corner.
The objective was Boah's third of the competition sending him to the highest point of the scoring graphs.
Before the Satellites started to lead the pack, Boah and Fatawu Issahaku had tried the Gambian goalkeeper from singular set-piece almost immediately, sending alerts to their resistance.
The subsequent half was about Gambia as they pursued the equalizer. The youthful Scorpions made various possibilities however the Black Satellites had the option to hang on for the outcome.
Ghana will play in the last interestingly since 2013.
The three time victors will have the chance to secure the title interestingly since 2009 on Saturday.
Their adversaries with be settled on Monday night as Tunisia take on Uganda.
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