Hilary Alila Ochieng
Chairman – KPBC
I am truly honored to have this great opportunity to serve as the Chairman of Professional Boxing Commission (KPBC). I would like to express my sincere gratitude to our esteemed boxers and promoters for their trust and support, and I promise not to fail you.
As Kenya Professional Boxing Commission (KPBC) Chairman, my goal will be to create a sustainable competitive advantage to our boxers. This will provide more opportunities for the best and brilliant professional boxers in Kenya and to help their dreams come true as well as achieve our common goal. Therefore, we will strive to improve our self-image and value to become the most popular and highly reliable organization through integrity, honesty, equity, fairness and hard work. My team and I will work diligently to achieve the Commission’s Core values which include integrity, excellence, welfare, development and inclusivity.
I am fully aware that to fulfill this vision and goals will not only calls for greater wisdom, stronger belief, more active attitude, more practical ideas and more diligent efforts, but also need to get strong support and trust from our partners and well-wishers. We are therefore looking forward to reach a deeper and ever-strengthening relationship with the Ministry of Sports, Ring Officials, Boxers, Promoters, Managers and Journalists all over Kenya to create opportunities for the sport of boxing in the future.
Hon. Sakaja Johnson
Hon Sakaja Johnson is the new KPBC patron, taking over from Reuben Ndolo.
Sakaja Johnson is the:
- National Chairman – TNA
- Member of Parliament
- Chair – Kenya Young Parliamentarians Association
- Chair- Joint Committee on National Cohesion and Equal Opportunity
George Oduor Adipo
KPBC Vice Chairman
(aka Kidii meaning stone)
Started boxing 1990
Won Novices 1990
Won Intermediate 1991
Won kenya Open 1993
National Team 1993- 1998
- 1999- 2006 professional boxer/ coach SA at Ringwise boxing academy.
- Commonwealth Games 1998 Kualalumpur (overall Team captain).
- All Africa Games 1995 Harare. Kingsup, Thailand 1994.
KPBC, Secretary General
I actively started being involved in boxing in 2005 when I started my boxing promotion company.I hosted two major fights in kenya. WBF and WBC female world title. I have been involved actively in boxing by getting bouts for kenyan boxers in Europe, Asia and America. I have always wanted the standard of boxing to rise but due to incompetent administration of the sport we were unable to get our boxers in the world rankings.
As the new secretary general of Kenya Professional Boxing Commission. I will strive to improve all the areas and see into it that rules and regulations of KPBC are adhered to. There will be no short cuts.lets pull to one direction as all the stakeholders and we shall have world champions. God bless KPBC.
The current chairman Sportsworth Foundation.
Managing partner at kenya pepeta masters.
Current Assistance chairman.
Kenya Freestyle football federation.
Am an entrepreneur
Joined kenya karate Team in 2001 up to 2005.took the 1st position Katas (forms) east and central africa trophy in Mombasa 2002- 2004 in Uganda.
Joined amateur boxing
Fought for kibera boxing club,
Then the kenya prisons as a Civilian upto 2008 where I joined paid ranks. (Proffessional boxing)
Staged my first promotion in 2012 13th may that saw boxing and kickboxing share the same ring at the hood. followed by another one in 2013 18th May at city hall
Joseph Mboya Nyamuthe
KPBC, Assistant Treasurer
KPBC, Public Relations, Digital Media and Communications
Promoting Professionalism in Boxing
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