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1 Watch View Professional Speech GATES Prof Oborah narrates post graduation what difficulties some passed through to make it
2 Watch View Professional Speech GATES Prof Oborah decries same newspaper headlines years and years on his life, regarding education. When will the real change come?
3 Watch View Professional Speech CITIZEN TV Citizen TV - Prof Oborah - Government continues to sing the song of education and cannot explain why the end results are cries of waste - and they do it years and years on.
4 Watch View Professional Speech CITIZEN TV Citizen TV - Prof Oborah says any wise leader must think in 100 different ways and in 100s of years - Talks of Human Values and not qualifications in the hard job search problems in Africa
5 Watch View Professional Speech CITIZEN TV Citizen TV - Prof Oborah - Most people even in Kenyan sadly still believe that being qualified must be in the form of certificates - No employer will invest in mere academic qualifications today.
6 Watch View Professional Speech CITIZEN TV Prof Oborah talks of why George Njengas talent helped him get a job at African Union away from University qualifications.
7 Watch View Professional Speech KTN A National Talent Database ( not records of talented people or qualifications!) with scientific and professional talent information is required urgently in Kenya. Prof. Humphrey Oborah (World Talent CEO) appearing at KTN News rooted for this and it appears it can be a big solution for jobless youth seeking financing for their creative enterprises. For more information check out the websites: www.gatesafrica.org, www.giftedafrica.org, www.cael-africa.org
8 Watch View Professional Speech KTN Wow! Even those born without growth hormones can still learn... Thanks to Talent Based Learning ... It means autistic, cerebral palsy kids still have a chance. So anyone has a talent and it is important to find your own unique talent using professional and scientific methods. Wow! I used to think talent is only for those who are very bright or clever in school. For more information check out the websites: www.gatesafrica.org , www.giftedafrica.org, www.cael-africa.org
9 Watch View Professional Speech KTN Kenya Government Youth Fund was faulted for doing nothing about job creation. Prof. Humphrey tore into the funds processes noting that it has just been using ordinary and plain bureaucratic methods to lend to groups that have no "scientific human value (or professionally determined talent) to create jobs. He questioned why an illiterate Asian can come here and set up a supermarket to sell seats produced by locals 10 times more; he assembles local folks to work as sales and clerical staff for him, killing their creativity then imports the seats! For more information check out the websites: www.gatesafrica.org , www.giftedafrica.org, www.cael-africa.org
10 Watch View Professional Speech KTN Competence Based Curriculum gets a new concerned expert as Prof. Humphrey Oborah who has agitated for Talent Based Learning says that CBC is started on a wrong footing, noting "competence" and is merely a "symptom" of talent. He states that dealing with symptoms may not be a solution as "fever" being a symptom of malaria does not mean you have malaria. It could be typhoid or pneumonia. For more information check out the websites: www.gatesafrica.org , www.giftedafrica.org, www.cael-africa.org
11 Watch View Professional Speech KTN "Government cannot create jobs", says Prof. Humphrey Oborah as he tears into government job creation policy citing " age-old wrong mindset" ; that young people go to schools and upon completion of degrees, the government will give jobs. He took a jibe at the government stating that the government cannot create jobs but needs to provide the right ingredients for "youth to create their own jobs". For more information check out the websites: www.gatesafrica.org , www.giftedafrica.org, www.cael-africa.org
12 Watch View Professional Speech KTN Learning revolution beckons as Prof. Humphrey Oborah brings out the true meaning of talent; Amazed Michelle Ngele (presenter) stares blankly as the professor of talent links science, talent and our learning failures. He goes further to explain how talent is assessed scientifically and professionally. Amazing! For more information check out the websites: www.gatesafrica.org , www.giftedafrica.org, www.cael-africa.org
13 Watch View Professional Speech CITIZEN TV Without knowledge , people can react or ask really ignorant questions. For example, whereas being intellectual is part of talent genres, someone would say "he is gifted in the mind, upstairs"...Really????... That was the case when Prof. Humphrey Oborah appeared at "Town Hall" interview on Citizen TV on Monday 27/05/19. There were intriguing moments when the panelists and audience seemed not to understand him as they kept on the usual routines of complains, soothing political statistics, bills in parliament, etc without real solutions. There is obvious need for a better forum for the professor to explain more about the real meaning of talent, human value, and human equation, that most seemed not to understand....
14 Watch View Professional Speech CITIZEN TV Prof. Humphrey Oborah rooted for the creation of a National Talent Database that will help find "the Total Human Value" also known as "Human Talent Value" in job seekers in order to help with current unemployment crisis. Oborah further gave moving examples about how Kenyans misconstrue "what jobs are" away from being the job creators, citing great furniture makers who preferred to be clerks for an Asian who set up a supermarket to sell their own seats 10 times more. He finally called on Kenyans and the general leadership to embark on a "mindset change" in view of current job demands....
15 Watch View Graduate Testimonial CAEL Hon. Taraaiya Ole Kores (Kajiado (Kenya) Governor aspirant 2012) and the late Hon. Soita Shitanda ( Cabinet Minister, Housing & Infrastructure Development, Kenya -2012) degrees were valid and shamed for nothing. The same qualifications are recognised by government for many others , and in writing today, yet they destroyed these guys careers. Court declared them valid as well. The Life , Work Experience Accreditation and Credit Transfer are now accepted. Surely there are big jokes and hate in Kenya as there is a big difference between a lady at 26 with 3 children and a single one. If your lecturer achieved a PhD after 8 years, he will never understand how yours can be achieved in 2 years ! WATCH THE ENTIRE VIDEO ....
16 Watch View Famous Quotes AFGT Prof. Humphrey Oborah - There is a big difference between a lady at 26 , with three children and a single one, in the learning process. They cannot learn in the same traditional sense of education!
17 Watch View Famous Quotes AFGT Prof Humphrey Oborah - Current Education managers and stakeholders or entrepreneurs are like coffin makers , whose businesses thrive when more are dying.... They wont allow new and easier approaches to education cos it will limit their corrupt earnings, and awaken the poor who may take over their dynasties...
18 Watch View Amazing & Moving AFGT Born without growth hormones and making parents spend a fortune on treatment to make him grow, Godfrey Mwai had real dilemma in learning but finally made it -Thanks to Gift and Talent Assessment , at African Federation for Gifted and Talented, that found him capable in a unique manner. Talent Based Learning has enabled him to find a footing in life; He is now completing a full bachelors degree programme which would not be possible through written exams in traditional education.
19 Watch View Famous Quotes AFGT Prof Humphrey Oborah - Africa has huge graveyards for talents, creativity and innovation; Innate talent is killed either at onset, through rudimentary systems or governments policies, among others; So steal books to make a library , steal alcohol to start a bar or attempt to fly some primitive aircraft ...and you will know "the power of the law"
20 Watch View General Testimonial AFGT Mr. Musau Ndunda(National Parents Association - Kenya, 2012) speaks about Talent Tests and its overall benefits to students ; He actually underwent the process himself and was surprised yet elated at the results.
21 Watch View Professional Speech AFGT World Talent Council Admin, Dr. Cathrine Froese Klassen (Canada) speech during the launch of The African Federation for Gifted and Talented Chapter (Hilton Nairobi, Kenya, 2010). She was accompanied by 8 officials of the World Council of Talent to witness the historic event.
22 Watch View Professional Speech AFGT World Talent Council Admin, Dr. Cathrine Froese Klassen (Canada) speech during the launch of The African Federation for Gifted and Talented Chapter (Hilton Nairobi, Kenya, 2010). She was accompanied by 8 officials of the World Council of Talent to witness the historic event. WATCH NEXT VIDEO FOR FULL CONTEXT.
23 Watch View General Testimonial AFGT Ronny R. Ndinya (Coach - PAKO Junior Football) explains how their Talent in football was salvaged by African Federation for Gifted and Talented; PAKO Junior Football Club is one of the many Talent Clinics we work with.
24 Watch View Talented/Gifted Teenager (13-19 years) Testimonial AFGT Young AYEN GARANG, from South Sudan, appreciates Talent Based Learning, after professional /scientific assessment of talent; Goes ahead to display her art/fashion talent
25 Watch View Talented/Gifted Teenager (13-19 years) Testimonial AFGT RUTH BOLO who could not fit in traditional education systems finally found solace in Talent Based Learning; Tells it all during thanks giving interview. She finally graduated with a bachelors degree at 19 years and opened her own Events Company.
26 Watch View Talented/Gifted Child ( 12 years and below) Testimonial AFGT Geo- Spatial Talent: Master Ryan Thuku easily separates colours blind-folded; Jackie Oyuchi (the mother) explains background , as Prof. Oborah - World Talent Federation Sec. General - listens. Ryan is on the radar of many universities for early admission to degree programmes
27 Watch View Professional Speech AFGT Prof. Taisir S. Yamin ( World Talent Council President- 2012) and Prof. Ken McCluskey (World Talent Council Vice President - 2012) speeches during their attendance of the launch of Professional & Scientific Talent Screens in Nairobi, Kenya.
28 Watch View Graduate Testimonial CAEL Victor Muniafu who is a senior government official (Executive Director - Peoples park, Machakos, Kenya); Graduated , with a bachelors degree, due to unearthed talent, life and work experience. Had failed to gain a degree earlier due to nature of "talent work" that kept him in film production for years.
29 Watch View Professional Speech AFGT Amazing parents testimonials during launch of Gift and Talent Screens kits in Africa - 2012 ( Hilton Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya). Many amazed at how the process could unearth their past , explain current deficiencies in learning and provide Talent Based Learning path...
30 Watch View Talented/Gifted Adult Testimonial GATES JOHN OLUOCH, the Primary School Drop out, who finally made it after being identified by Prof. Oborah; albeit being an office cleaner at that time. Now a big businessman in electrical designs and fittings. Very grateful to Talent Based Learning.
31 Watch View Talented/Gifted Teenager (13-19 years) Testimonial GATES Ivy Nyambura has amazing art talent that was wasting as teachers and parents concentrated only on academics; Explains how she joined and benefited from Gift and Talent Screens and Talent Based Learning
32 Watch View Talented/Gifted Teenager (13-19 years) Testimonial GATES Hensley Mbugua explains how he benefited from the Talent Based Learning after Scientific and Professional Gift and Talent Assessment. It helped him settle in Kenya after relocating from UK where he was born.
33 Watch View Talented/Gifted Teenager (13-19 years) Testimonial GATES Edit Wangare cannot be less thankful for joining the Talent Based Learning after being professionally and scientifically assessed for her talent. Listen to her moving and great testimonial for her talent in poetry.
34 Watch View Talented/Gifted Child ( 12 years and below) Testimonial GATES Dave Bolo (12) boasts and narrates how Talent Based Learning has helped him; Serious reflection on how traditional education and general classroom lessons have failed young people
35 Watch View Documentary AFGT Prof. Oborah and Hon. Dr. Mrs. Rebbeca Garang route for Talent Testing in Africa.
36 Watch View Professional Speech WTF Prof. Humphrey Oborah (World Sec. General of Talent) officiates during official conference in Odense , Denmark, 2015. Brought in African touch to the conference with African "Hakuna Matata" dance... Masaai club not left behind....
37 Watch View Professional Speech AFGT "Competence Based Learning cannot not be appropriate for Africa and will not solve the education crises witnessed currently", declares Prof. Humphrey Oborah... Goes further to underscore the importance of Talent Based Learning instead
38 Watch View Professional Speech AFGT "Competence Based Learning cannot not be appropriate for Africa and will not sdolve the education crises", declares Prof. Humphrey Oborah... Goes further to underscore the importance of Talent Based Learning instead
39 Watch View Professional Speech AFGT Dont depend on your naked eyes to know the talent or careers of young people... Prof. Humphrey Oborah urges African Governments.
40 Watch View Graduate Testimonial CAEL Isaiah Aregai Nakoru - The Regional Commissioner (Eastern Kenya), graduated with a Bachelors Degree (Corporate Leadership and Governance) based on Talent, Life Achievement and Work Experience and currently undertaking his Master’s Degree in Strategic Management
41 Watch View Graduate Testimonial CAEL Christopher Kaveke Mutunga (KCB Bank Senior Manager) - An adult and graduate who had challenges attending conventional education institutions due to the nature of his work and family. Made rare achievement by obtaining bachelors and THREE masters degrees and on-going with a PhD.
42 Watch View Documentary GATES Affiliate Gift and Talent Clinic Documentary: Serein Education Centre, Nakuru, Kenya - Published on national TV (KTN News). Serein is one of the APPROVED Gift and Talent Clinics with installed Anthropo-Biometric Machines in Kenya.
43 Watch View Talented/Gifted Youth Testimonial GATES George Njenga, 21, narrates cruelty of academic systems that never understood or cared about his talent. Now an artist who started his fashion outlet designing for musicians e.g. Jose Chameleon (Coke Studio, Nairobi). Graduated -bachelors degree ; masters degree based purely on his talent.
44 Watch View Talented/Gifted Teenager (13-19 years) Testimonial GATES Kaine Okelo(13years): Young gifted 13 year old who could not write exams and declared unfit to study in traditional school system. Was assessed for natural talents and found to be gifted in sports, ICT and media, much to relief of the mother who had almost given up. He is now in 2nd Year of a degree programme thanks to Talent Based Learning
45 Watch View Professional Speech AFGT Prof. Oborah talks about post election violence, elections and general education matters