Businessman Kennedy Agyepong fulfilled his pre-match promise and has paid Kotoko players 9,000 Ghana cedis (US$ 4,500) for defeating Heart 1-0 on Sunday.
The former Kotoko board member, who is chairman of the Kenpong Group of Companies, failed to disclose the amount but pledge to duly reward them.
Siedu Bancey scored a cracker after 30 minutes to give the Porcupine Warriors the precious win.
Agyepong, popularly known as Cappuccino, has charged the team to maintain their winning form this season.
He believes the return of acting CEO Opoku Nti, a club legend, in an administrative capacity could be a good omen for the record title-winning champions.
“In 1983, it was Opoku Nti whose magical touch earned Kotoko victory in the African Cup final and coincidentally he is the man running the affairs now, so I hope that with the support of all Kotoko faithful, he would lead the club to continental glory which is long overdue.