Here is a group of photos captured from various events such as launches, graduations, and talent shows.

Prof. Humphrey Oborah with Prof. Peter Anyang Nyongo(Governor of Kisumu County) and Mr. Frankline Obat Masira (CEO of Mama Grace Onyango Social Center)
6th Jan, 2023-Prof. Humphrey Oborah met Trans Nzoia Governor, George Natembeya, in his office to set the stage for the setup of the first Anthropo- Biometric Talent Clinic in Kitale.
Prof. Oborah during his press conference in South Sudan where he explained how Anthropo-Biometric Talent Machine works/ predicts careers.
On behalf of World Talent Federation, Prof.Oborah visited Monrovia, Liberia. This was to inspect the readiness of Liberia for the setup of the first Anthropo-Biometric Talent Clinic there.
February 10th,2022- Official inspection of Meru county on behalf of World Talent Federation in preparation for the first talent clinic in Meru county, Kenya.
Prof Oborah gives a captivating lecture and explanations of how the Anthropo-Biometric Machine works. He further set up /installed a new Talent Clinic in Eldoret Town, Kenya.
Finally, Anthropo-Biometric Talent Clinic in Kampala, Uganda.
Prof. Humphrey Oborah hosted by Capt. Lemy Abera of National Aviation Institute in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), when the professor paid him a courtesy call at his office (Friday, 4th Feb.2022). This is during the official inspection of the institution on behalf of the World Talent Federation, to host the first Talent Clinic in Ethiopia.
Juba, Wed 14 Dec 2022- Prof Humphrey Oborah meets South Sudan Vice President, Hussein Abdelbagi Akol Agany ( and other senior government officials).
Hon. Musalia Mudavadi, (Kenya’s Chief Cabinet Minister) delivers a speech during the conference.
Prof. Ken McCluskey (Vice President - World Talent Federation) speaks about Lost Prizes International at the conference.
Prof. Taisir Subhi Yamin (President - World Talent Federation) delivers a loaded message to an attentive large audience.
Prof. Hon. Ayiecho Olweny (Kenya’s Assistant Minister - Ministry of Education) giving a speech on behalf of the Minister.
Mr. Andy Hill (Executive Head, Braeside Schools - British International School in Kenya) shares with the audience about the practice at his school on gifted and talented).
Dr. Frank Njenga, (Board Chairman, NACADA) who was the Guest of Honour during the dinner launch of The “Lost Prizes” Trust Fund addresses dinner guests.
Mrs. Imelda Barasa, Principal of Mary Hill Girls Secondary School, delivers passionate message on behalf of private schools.
Mrs. Jane Rotich, Principal of Moi Girls’ High School (Eldoret), delivers her message on behalf of public schools.
Mr. Musau Ndunda (Secretary General, Kenya National Association of Parents) delivering a speech on behalf of parents.
A parent whose daughter has undergone Gift and Talent Testing testifying on the benefits of Gifts and Talent Testing.
Dr. Catherine Froesse (World Talent Federation Admin) delivers keynote address during Gift and Talent Clinic Launch.
Prof. Humphrey Oborah (Africa Talent President) and Hon. Musalia Mudavadi (Deputy Prime Minister) during Talent Clinic Launch.
Section of crown who attended the Gift and Talent Clinic Launch.
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