It was the Blues who started strongly with Akindayini forcing their first effort however he saw his low shot diverted behind for an early corner which amounted to nothing for the visitors.
Hungerford Town who came into the game in 8th place and on the back of a 6-0 away win at Oxford City began to get into the game and saw this their first effort cleared off the line from an in swinging corner.
Margate responded with a glorious opportunity of their own on 30 minutes as Adeboyejo sent a glancing header just inches wide as the visitors still went in search of that elusive goal.
The hosts should have taken the lead on 36 minutes as they wasted a trio of chances with firstly Brett Johnson almost deflecting an effort into his own goal before Louise Soares wasted a fine chance by hammering a deflected effort high over the bar when it looked easier to score.
The second half started with both sides missing opportunities to break the deadlock as firstly Hungerford dragged a shot wide when one on one with Valery Pajetat in the Blues goal before the hosts keeper George Legg made an incredible save at the feet of Akindayini as he raced through one on one.
Margate fell behind in the 71st minute as Hungerford Broke away quickly and even though Pajetat got a despairing hand on the shot it was to strong and the hosts had the lead at a very foggy Bulpit Lane.
Margate fought back knowing that defeat would send them into the relegation zone as Nathan Fox fired a low shot just wide before Tarik Moore-Azille failed to connect with a cross into the box.
The visitors almost grabbed a point in the dying seconds as they launched a high ball into the box which was headed over by the on-rushing Alfie Foster.
Margate continue their National League South campaign on Boxing Day as they face Welling United at Hartsdown Park with kick off at 3pm.
MARGATE: Pajetat, Fox, Adelakun, Phipps, Moore-Azille, Johnson (Foster 81’), Richefond (Williams 86’), Donnelly (Banya), Adeboyejo, Akindayini, Taylor
Subs Not used: Kallmeier, Harrison