Nigerian national assembly delegation from anambra

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Anambra comprises three Senators representing Anambra Central, Anambra South, and Anambra North, and eleven Representatives representing Anambra East/West, Anaocha/Njikoka/Dunukofia, Aguta, Nnewi North/South/Ekwusigo, Onitsha North/South, Awka North/South, Orumba North/South, Ihiala, Oyi/Ayamelum, Idemili North/South, and Ogbaru.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)

OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERM
Senator Mike Ajegbo PDP Anambra Central 1999–2007
Senator Nnamdi Eriobuna PDP Anambra South 1999–2003
Senator Chuba Okadigbo PDP Anambra North 1999–2007
Representative Anosike Emma Obiajulu PDP Anambra East/West 1999–2003
Representative Chukwuemeka Chikelu PDP Anaocha/Njikoka/Dunukofia 1999–2003
Representative Duru Chidi Okechukwu PDP Aguta 1999–2007
Representative Efobi Bertrand Maduka PDP Nnewi North/South/Ekwusigo 1999–2003
Representative Ikpeazu Lynda Chuba ANPP Onitsha North/South 1999–2003
Representative Offodile Chudi PDP Awka North/South 1999–2003
Representative Okechukwu Udeh PDP Orumba North/South 1999–2007
Representative Okeke Frederick A.U. PDP Ihiala 1999–2003
Representative Ughanze Celestine Nnaemeka PDP Oyi/Ayamelum 1999–2003
Representative Ugokwe Jerry Sonny PDP Idemili North/South 1999–2003
Representative Uzoka Okwudili PDP Ogbaru 1999–2007

References

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