IPA Kenya’ National Executive Council Meeting 2022

13 Mar 2022

IPA Kenya’s annual National Executive Council (NEC) Meeting was held on Friday, 18th February 2022 at the Lion’s Eye Hospital, Loresho. While giving his opening address, the IPA Kenya President, Mr. Alfred Osur, said that he was pleased that physical meetings could now be held, where members were able to engage, one on one as friends, and feel the warmth of friendship. The President expressed his heartfelt appreciation on behalf of the NEB for the chance and cooperation that Section Kenya members had given the leadership to serve them.

In his speech, the Inspector General of the National Police Service (NPS) Kenya, Mr. Hilary Mutyambai, recognised IPA Kenya as a key partner in the country’s policing endeavours. He mentioned that the Association’s close working partnership with the NPS in the fulfilment of its key mandate had been instrumental in reputation-building and general improvement in police-public relations.

“Over the last two years, our partnership with the IPA Kenya Section has seen the entire service benefit through donations of Covid-19 prevention kits, including masks and sanitisers. I am also aware of your activities in schools, churches and children’s homes. Through such activities, the police image has changed from that of mere bystanders to active participants in the day-to-day affairs of the public. The many children’s homes and the destitute who have benefitted from your donations are the true champions of tomorrow, and the future defenders of our ideals,” said the Inspector General.

He also acknowledged our participation on environmental conservation, saying “On environment, I am aware that your nationwide tree planting initiatives are still on course. These activities, though not strictly within our immediate mandate, are essential in creating a safe and secure society. The environment is critical for all of us, its protection is rightly the beginning of procreation of sustainable world peace.”

The National Police Service Kenya has maintained a mutually beneficial working relationship with the IPA Kenya. The partnership has been largely prominent in training seminars, charity work, and assistance to police officers.

During the NEC meeting, the members conducted elections as per the Section’s Statutes and Rules, and the following members were elected by the delegates to serve on the National Executive Board (NEB) of IPA Kenya for the next three years:




National President

Alfred Ochiel

1st Vice President - External Relations

Mukhtar Omar

2nd Vice President -Training

Enock Makanga

3rd Vice President - Socio-Cultural

Poline Munyi

4th Vice President - Protocol

Salesioh Njiru

National Secretary General

Jared Ojuok

Assistant Secretary General (KPS)

Rose Ashimala

Assistant Secretary General (APS)

Benard Nyakundi

Assistant Secretary General (DCI)

David Wafula

Assistant Secretary General (RTD)

Inderjeet Main

National Treasurer

Franklin Mugendi

Deputy National Treasurer

Arcard Kisingo


Jared Ojuok, Secretary General IPA Kenya