Nigerian national assembly delegation from imo

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Imo comprises three Senators representing Imo North, Imo East, and Imo West, and tenRepresentatives representing Ahiazu Mbaise /Ezinihitte, Orlu/Oru East, Aboh Mbaise/Ngor Okpala, Ohaji/Egbema, Ideato North /South, Okigwe North, Ehimembano/ihitte Uboma/Obowo, Mbaitolu/ikeduru, Owerri Municipal/Owerri North/West, and Nwangele/Isu/Njaba.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament 2003 - 2007)

OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERM
Senator Ararume Ifeanyi PDP Imo North 1999–2003
Senator Evan Enwerem PDP Imo East 1999–2003
Senator Arthur Nzeribe ANPP Imo West 1999–2003
Representative Anyanwu Tony PDP Ahiazu Mbaise/Ezinihitte 1999–2003
Representative Dike Cajethan O. ANPP Orlu/Oru East 1999–2003
Representative Egu Greg C. ANPP Aboh Mbaise/Ngor Okpala 1999–2003
Representative Eze Okere Tony ANPP Ohaji/Egbema 1999–2003
Representative Ezeani Nnamdi PDP Ideato North /South 1999–2003
Representative [[Ibekwe MauriceObasi]


PDP Okigwe North 1999–2003
Representative Nwajiuba Chukwuemeka U. PDP Ehimembano/ihitte Uboma/Obowo 1999–2003
Representative Nwole Uchenna PDP Mbaitolu/ikeduru 1999–2003
Representative Oguike Levi PDP Owerri Municipal/Owerri North/West 1999–2003
Representative Osuala Christopher Chukwuemeka ANPP Nwangele/Isu/Njaba 1999–2003

References

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