Nigerian national assembly delegation from bauchi

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Bauchi comprises three Senators representing Bauchi Central, Bauchi South, Bauchi North and twelve Representatives representing Misan/Dambam, Zaki, Katagum, Bogoro, Gamawa, Jama'are, Bauchi, Darazu/Ganjuma, Ningi/Wanji, Alkaleri/Kirfi, Shira/Giade, and Toro.

Fourth Republic

The 7thParliament (2011 - 2015)

Senator Alh. Abdul Ahmed Ningi PDP Bauchi Central 2011–Incumbent
Senator Alh. Adamu Ibrahim Gumba PDP Bauchi South 2011–incumbent
Senator Sen. Babayo Gamawa PDP Bauchi North 2011–Incumbent
Representative IAbubakar Ahmed Garkuwa

People Democratic Party

Misan/Dambam 2011–incumbent
Representative Auwal Jatau ANPP Zaki 2011–incumbent
Representative Dahiru Saleh Congress for Progressive Change Katagum 2011–incumbent
Representative Yakubu Dogara PDP Bogoro 2011–incumbent
Representative Mohammed Gololo CPC Gamawa 2011–incumbent
Representative Isa Hassan ANPP Jama'are 2011–incumbent
Representative Aliyu Ibrahim Gebi ANPP Bauchi 2011–incumbent
Representative Abubakar Sade PDP Darazu/Ganjuma 2011–incumbent
Representative Abdulrazak Nuhu Zaki PDP Ningi/Wanji 2011–incumbent
Representative Tukur Ahmed PDP Alkaleri/Kirfi 2011–incumbent
Representative Tata Gurai PDP Shira/Giade 2011–incumbent
Representative Lawal Yahaya Gumau Congress for Progressive Change Toro 2011–incumbent


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