Nigerian national assembly delegation from delta

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Delta comprises three Senators representing Delta Central, Delta South, Delta North and ten Representatives representing Ethiope, Ughelli North/South/Udu, Ndokwa/Ukwani, Opke/Sapele/Uvwie, Isoko North/South, Burutu, Warri, Ika, Aniocha North/South, and Bomadi/Patani.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)

Senator Brume Fred Aghogho PDP Delta Central 1999–2003
Senator Omu Stella PDP Delta South 1999–2003
Senator Osakwe Patrick PDP Delta North 1999–2007
Representative Agoda John Halim Ochuko ANPP Ethiope 1999–2003
Representative Aguariavwodo Emmanuel Edesiri ANPP Ughelli North/South/Udu 1999–2003
Representative Almona-Isei Mercy PDP Ndokwa/Ukwani 1999–2003
Representative Dumi GabrielM. PDP Opke/Sapele/Uvwie 1999–2003
Representative Efekodha Anthony Onomuefe PDP Isoko North/South 1999–2003
Representative Emibra Agbeotu Efiriaendi ANPP Burutu 1999–2003
Representative Harriman Temi ANPP Warri 1999–2003
Representative Irabor Nduka PDP Ika 1999–2003
Representative Nwoko Ned Munir PDP Aniocha North/South 1999–2003
Nicholas Ebomo Mutu
PDP Bomadi/Patani 1999–2003


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