Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Borno

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Borno State comprises three Senators and ten Representatives.

6th Assembly (2007–2011)

The 6th National Assembly (2007–2011) was inaugurated on 5 June 2007. Senators in the 6th Assembly were:[1]

Senator Constituency Party
Kaka Mallam Yale Borno Central All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Maina Maaji Lawan Borno North All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Omar Hambagda Borno South All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)

Representatives in the 6th Assembly were:[2]

Representative Constituency Party
Abba Dawud Lawan Jere All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Baba Gana Tijani Bama/Ngala/Kalabalge All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Ishaku Sharah Askira-Uba/Hawul All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Kaka Adam Mustapha Dikwa/Mafaf/Konduga All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Modu Alhaji Musa Kukawa/Mobbar/Abadam/Guzamalai All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Mohammed Ali Ndume Damboa/Gwoza/Chibok All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Mohammed Tahir Monguno Monguno/Marte/Ngaanzai All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Muktar Betara Aliyu Biu/Bayo/Shani/Kwaya Kusar All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Mustapha Baba Shehuri Maiduguri (Metropolitan) All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
Shettima Shehu Kaga/Gubio/Magumeri All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)

See also

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