We hosted the African Federation for the Gifted and Talented to launch the Anthropo – Biometric Talent Clinic in Uganda.  The Clinic uses the Anthropo – Biometric methods to provide a professional and scientific assessment of Gifts and Talents in people. This scientific process also enables you to predict your career and possible work competencies, at ADB Theater Room Two. The Chief Guest was P.L.O Lumumba who is also the African Talent Envoy. The Keynote Speaker was Prof. Humphrey Oborah the secretary general of the World Talent Federation. The Guest of Honour was Hon. Chris Baryomunsi, Minister of ICT & National Guidance and the Principal of MUBS was represented by Dr. Edith Basalirwa Dean Faculty of Entrepreneurship and Small Business management.

Apart from the above guests there were other stakeholders who also attended, members of UPDF, Commissioners, MPS, Media Houses, NITA, World Talent Federation, Diplomats from America.

The Minister of ICT and National Guidance emphasized that it is entirely the role of Academia to ensure that the curriculum matches with the current demands of public so that the Universities can produce graduates relevant to the job market. It was noted that A dream does not become a reality through magic, it takes sweat, determination and hardwork. Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them become what they are capable of through choosing a rightful career path.

The Minister pledged to support the revolutionary Athropo – Biometric Technologies that enables us to know the gender of unborn children and forecasting their future careers

The team from the Centre was headed by Dr. Ahmad walugembe Deputy Director career and Skills Development Centre