Planners made it two wins out of two home games after putting Agbozume Weavers to the sword at the Carl Reindorf Park on Sunday.
Striker Eric Abdul Razak Kipo hit the back of the net on 21 minutes before Adams Junior registered his first goal of the season with 11 minutes left to play.
Coach Bulley started Oppong Asante in the place of the suspended Samuel Dadebore while the rest of the starters in the last two games all held down their various berths.
Weavers, who are facing relegation into the third tier, also assembled their best arsenal with their number 47-shirter giving Planners a lot of problems in the midfield.
The Executioners attempted to stamp control on the game from the middle in the opening quarter but the Weavers were not ready to be severed so early.
Intelligent surging runs from laterals Opare and McCarthy didn’t yield the needed results as the link up with Razak and Oppong was non-existent.
Planners remained calm and eventually took charge of the game with the first goal of the game. Winger Osman Haqi switched from left to right playing a quick exchange pass with McCarthy who tailored a ball into the area.
Razak met his mid-air cross with a half volley which sailed into the roof of the net for the opening goal.
Planners had the opportunity to increase the advantage but Oppong missed two glorious sitters by striking wide from an unmarked position.
After the break Oppong was presented with a golden opportunity to register his first goal in as many games but he fluffed his lines to the dismay of the technical team and the fans. Moments later, he was shipped out as Joshua Karbo took his place to rather solidify the midfield.
Planners were put under a lot of pressure by the Weavers who displayed great fight spirit but were unable to find the net until Adams Junior doubled the advantage in the 79th minute.
Planners have moved to 13 points and remain unbeaten in their last 3 games scoring 6 goals and conceding just one.