Students win cameras, cash prizes at Niger Photo Contest.


The second edition of the Niger state Photography contest for secondary schools held last weekend with three winners going home with cameras and total cash prizes of one hundred thousand naira.

The contest, sponsored by Mal. Abdullberqy U. Ebbo and organized by the Hill-top Arts Foundation, seeks to introduce students to the art of photography and encourage them to build a career in it for economic and recreational gains.

 Abdullberqy U. Ebbo, sponsor of the competition

             BM Dzukogi, Founder, Hill-top Arts Foundation
This year, eleven schools participated with each presenting three participants to compete for the prizes. All participants took candid, outdoor shots around the themes of Chaos, Climate change, and Infrastructural decay. The photos were exhibited to the audience before winners were announced by Mal. Aminu S Muhammad, the chair of the jury.

Wada Muhammad, an SS2 student of Model Secondary School, FUT Minna, won the first place of prize and took home a Nikon D3200 camera and fifty thousand naira cash.

                                                                 Wada Muhammad receiving his prize

The second place prize of a Nikon D90 and thirty thousand naira cash went to Joseph Mathew Ojile of NUT Endwell Model Science School, Minna while Nima Abdulkadir of Himma International school, Minna won the third position prize of a Nikon D80 camera and twenty thousand naira cash.

Joseph Mathew Ojile receives his prize

Nima Abdulkadir takes her prize

All prizes were handed to winners by Alh. Ibrahim Balarabe Kagara, the Chief of Staff to the governor of Niger state who was the special guest.    



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