Nigerian national assembly delegation from benue

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Benue comprises three Senators representing Benue South, Benue North-East, and Benue North-West, and ten Representatives representing Apa/Aguta, Kwande/Ushongo, Igede, Vandeikya/Konshisha, Buruku, Ado/Ogbadigba/Opkokwu, Kaga/gubio/Magumeri, Katsina-Alu/Ukum/Logo, Gboko/Tarka, and Makurdi/Guma.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)

Senator David Mark PDP Benue South 1999–2003
Senator Saror Daniel Iyorkegh PDP Benue North-East 1999–2003
Senator J.K.N Waku PDP Benue North-West 1999–2003
Representative Agidani Solomon Umoru PDP Apa/Aguta 1999–2003
Representative Gbande Moses Akuha Tor PDP Kwande/Ushongo 1999–2003
Representative Idikwu Altine Oga PDP Igede 1999–2003
Representative Jooji Tachia PDP Vandeikya/Konshisha 1999–2003
Representative Malherbe Zakarie Andiir PDP Buruku 1999–2003
Representative Obande Sameul Onazi PDP Ado/Ogbadigba/Opkokwu 1999–2003
Representative Shehu Shettima ANPP Kaga/gubio/Magumeri 1999–2003
Representative Suswam TorwuaGabriel PDP Katsina-Alu/Ukum/Logo 1999–2003
Representative Terngu Tsegba PDP Gboko/Tarka 1999–2003
Representative Upaa Cletus Tivnongu Kinga PDP Makurdi/Guma 1999–2003


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