Nigerian national assembly delegation from edo

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Edo comprises three Senators representing Edo Central, Edo South, and Edo North, and nine Representatives representing Egor/Ikpoba-okha, Owan West/East, Esan North-East/Esan South- East, Esan Central/West/Igueben, Ovia South/West-Ovia North/East, Akoko-Edo, Etsako East/West/Central, Orhionmwon/Uthmwode, and Oredo.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (2003 - 2007)

Senator Osunbor Oserheimen Aigberaodion PDP Edo Central 2003–2007
Senator Owie Roland Stephen PDP Edo South 2003–2007
Senator Oyofo Victor Kassim Isa PDP Edo North 1999–2003
Representative Aguebor Sunday Ikponmwonsa PDP Egor/Ikpoba-okha 1999–2003
Representative Alegbe Benson PDP Owan West/East 1999–2003
Representative Aziegbemi Anthony PDP Esan North-East/Esan South- East 1999–2003
Representative Ehimen Oiboh Gabriel PDP Esan Central/West/Igueben 1999–2003
Representative Idahosa EhiogieWest PDP Ovia South/West-Ovia North/East 1999–2003
Representative Lakoju Joseph Babatunde ANPP Akoko-Edo 1999–2003
Representative Augustine U. Obozuwa PDP Etsako East/West/Central 1999–2003
Representative Odubu Egberanmwen Pius PDP Orhionmwon/Uthmwode 1999–2003
Representative Ogbiede Enoma Willie PDP Oredo 1999–2003


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