The academy lads will trek to Obuasi to face the might of the Porcupines in a Ghana Premier League, (GPL) Matchday 26 encounter at the weekend.
And Boakye, who has stared for WAFA this season, said they will not be afraid going into this fixture despite coming up against the league leaders.
"We respect Kotoko for what they are as a big club in Ghana and in Africa, but, we will give them a good run for their money on Saturday", Boakye told the Ghanaian media.
"Matches against Kotoko are self-motivating for a player to go out there and perform, and, everyone in our camp is looking forward to the game on Saturday", he added.
Boakye, who is a member of the national U-23 team, is rated highly on the local scene and, is attracting interest from outside Ghana.
He will look to play a key role to help WAFA overcome Kotoko who lead the GPL table by two points after 25 matches.
WAFA are seventh on the table and, will be looking for a third win in as many games as they seek to climb up the league table.
The first round game between these two sides, ended 1-1 at Sogakope and, this could be another closely-fought affair at the Len Clay Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
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