Aniema Udokang, 1st Prize Winner 2014
15 year old Aniema, helped an accident victim who had been hit by a drunk driver along the Calabar express way. She saw the victim lying helplessly in the awe hour of the morning while she was helping her mother out with her chores. She swiftly put the victim on her back and rushed her to the Calabar Teaching Hospital. But for Aniema’s timely intervention, the victim, having lost so much blood ,would have died.
Semiya Modashiru, 2nd Prize Winner 2014
As 14 year old Semiya from Ogun state went about her own business of helping people who come to the market lift their goods (alabaru)one day, when she heard a baby’s cry emanate from a woman’s bag. She immediately alerted passersby, who in turn rescued the baby. The woman who was a kidnapper had two babies trapped in a big “Ghana must go bag” opening bag, one of the bady was dead while the other was found dead.
Bassey Itam Bassey, 3rd Prize Winner 2014
Despite the superstition in their locality that snake poison is contagious, Bassey took initiative to help a snake-bitten friend of his by tying the spot of the snake bite and carrying his friend on his back to the nearest drug store. Thus saving the boy’s life.