Nigerian national assembly delegation from cross river

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Cross River comprises three Senators representing Cross River North, Cross River South, and Cross River Central, and eight Representatives representing Calabar Munincipal/Odukpani, Ogoja/Iyala, Ikom/Boki, Yakurr/Abi, Bekwarra/Obudu/Obanliku, Akpabuyo/Bakassi/Calabar South, Akamkpa/biase, and Obubra/ Etung.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)

Senator Pius Adede PDP Cross River North 1999–2003
Senator Florence Ita-Giwa ANPP Cross River South 1999–2003
Senator Matthew Mbu (Jr) PDP Cross River Central 1999–2003
Representative Asuquo Nya Eyoma ANPP Calabar Munincipal/Odukpani 1999–2003
Representative Igbodor Peter Leja ANPP Ogoja/Yala 1999–2003
Representative Nyambi Alobi Odey PDP Ikom/Boki 1999–2003
Representative Obeten Obeten Okon PDP Yakurr/Abi 1999–2003
Representative Ogar Mike O. ANPP Bekwarra/Obudu/Obanliku 1999–2003
Representative Okon Patrick Ene ANPP Akpabuyo/Bakassi/Calabar South 1999–2003
Representative Orok Agbor Patrick ANPP Akamkpa/Biase 1999–2003
Representative Tangban EbutaAmba PDP Obubra/Etung 1999–2003


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