The first winner was from Federal Government College, Okigwe, while second and third place winners were both from Federal Government College, Kaduna.
Runners up schools were presented desktop computers while the participating students from those schools were presented electric iron as personal prizes.
Supervising minister of education, Nyesom Wike, said the Youth Speak Out Programme was to create a forum for cross fertilisation of ideas on HIV/AIDS as well as school health issues generally.
According to him, Federal Ministry of Education has been able to find the nexus between education and HIV/AIDS as well as create a platform where youths open up on what they have been taught on Family Life HIV/AIDS Education (FLHE) as well as reproductive health issues.
Education minister want unity schools library projects completed by year-end.