Kameta Tells Off Nairobi Officials

Kameta Tells Off Nairobi Officials

By Philip Mbaji Boxing Association of Kenya Nairobi branch officials claiming to have been sidelined in national boxing team selection to various international championships have been dismissed as opportunist. BAK president, John Kameta branded the officials as disgruntled individuals who want to reap where they did not sow. Kameta said BAK has been conducting their affairs above board and have always involved all the clubs in all their selections including the that for the African Youth Games planned for May in Gaborone, Botswana. He said the critics are looking fopr loopholes to join…continue reading →
Kameta Calls for Discipline as Calendar Action Begins

Kameta Calls for Discipline as Calendar Action Begins

Boxing Association of Kenya (BAK) President has called for discipline among boxing ranks as the Calendar for 2014 events is set to roll out with the first event this weekend. "As we begin the new year, it is my duty to ask everyone to ensure discipline among our ranks so that we can soar higher. This year is going to be a tough year given the important national and international outings and therefore we will ensure we instill the same", Kameta said in his New Year message. The 2014 Calendar kicked off on…continue reading →
Boxing Calendar Set for Roll Off

Boxing Calendar Set for Roll Off

By Ernest Ndunda Regional novices boxing championships punches off the Boxing Association of Kenya (BAK) this year’s calendar of events. Releasing the calendar in Mombasa, BAK President John Kameta said the regional novices championships will be held by all the affiliates on February 6-8. The regions will select boxers for the National Novices Championships to be held at Nairobi’s Dallas between February 20-22. “We have a tight programme 2014 and we urge boxers to remain physically fit for national trials for various international and continental events,” said Kameta. He said the regional inter-mediate…continue reading →