Nigerian national assembly delegation from adamawa

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Adamawa comprises three Senators representing Adamawa North, Adamawa Central, and Adamawa South, and eight Representatives representing Jada/Ganye/Mayo, Belwa/Toungo, Guyuk/Shelleng, Hong/Igombi, Mubi N/Mu S/Maiha, Fufore/Song, Yola North/Yoal South/Girei, Demsa/Numan/Lamurde, and michika/gulak/Madagali.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (2007-dateBold text)

Senator Mohammed Bindowo Jibrilla PDP Adamawa North 2011–Date
Senator Bello Tukur PDP Adamawa Central 2011–Date
Senator Barata Ahmed Hassan PDP Adamawa South 2011–Date
Representative Balele Martin PDP Jada/Ganye/Mayo Belwa/Toungo 1999–2003
Representative Barata Ahmed Hassan PDP Guyuk/Shelleng 1999–2003
Representative Haske Hananiya ACN Hong/Gombi 2011–till date
Representative Gella Abubakar Madaki PDP Mubi N/Mu S/Maiha 2003–2007
Representative Ribadu, Aminu Hamman-Tukur PDP Fufore/Song 2007–till date
Representative Kwaghe Ishaku Terei PDP Michika/Madagali 2003–2007
Representative Anthony Madwate PDP Demsa/Numan/Lamurde 2007–till date
Representative Dahiru Aishatu Binani. PDP Yola North/Yola South/Girei 2011–till date


  • Official Website - National Assembly House of Representatives (Adamawa State)
  • Senator List
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