Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Ebonyi

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Ebonyi State comprises three Senators and six Representatives.

7th Assembly (2011–2015)

The 7th National Assembly (2011 -2015) was inaugurated on 6th June 2011. Senators representing Ebonyi State in the 7th Assembly were:[1]

Senator Constituency Party
SEN. NWANKWO Chris Chukwuma Ebonyi North People's Democratic Party ( PDP )
SEN. OGBUOJI Sunday Oji Ebonyi South People's Democratic Party ( PDP )
SEN. NWAGU Igwe Paulinus Ebonyi Central People's Democratic Party ( PDP )

Representatives in the 6th Assembly were:[2]

Representative Constituency Party
HON. OKWURU Chukwuemeka Tobias Ikwo/Ezza South People's Democratic Party (PDP)
HON. PETER Oge Ali Ohaukwu/Ebonyi People's Democratic Party (PDP)
HON. PETER Edeh Onyemaechi Ezza North/Ishielu All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)
HON. OKORIE Linus Ivo/Ohaozara/Onicha People's Democratic Party (PDP)
HON. OMO Christopher Isu Afikpo North/Afikpo South People's Democratic Party (PDP)
HON. OGBAGA O. Sylvester Abakaliki/Izzi People's Democratic Party (PDP)


6th Assembly (2007–2011)

The 6th National Assembly (2007 -2011) was inaugurated on 5 June 2007. Senators representing Ebonyi State in the 6th Assembly were:[3]

Senator Constituency Party
Anthony Agbo Ebonyi North People's Democratic Party ( PDP )
Anyimchukwu Ude Ebonyi South People's Democratic Party ( PDP )
Julius Ucha Ebonyi Central People's Democratic Party ( PDP )

Representatives in the 6th Assembly were:[4]

Representative Constituency Party
Chima Innocent Ugo Ikwo/Ezzra South People's Democratic Party (PDP)
Elizabeth Ogbaga Ohaukwu/Ebonyi People's Democratic Party (PDP)
Paulinus Igwe Nwagu Ezzra North/Ishielu People's Democratic Party (PDP)
Okereke D. Onuabunchi Ivo/Ohaozara/Onicha People's Democratic Party (PDP)
Omo Christopher Isu Afikpo North/Afikpo South People's Democratic Party (PDP)
Sylvester Ogbaga Abakaliki/Izzi People's Democratic Party (PDP)

See also

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