Nigerian national assembly delegation from kaduna

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kaduna comprises three Senators representing Kaduna Central Kaduna North, and Kaduna South, and fifteen Representatives representing Birnin-Gwari/Giwa, Lere, Zangon Kataf/Jaba, Jema'a/Sanga, Kaura, Kauru, Igabi, Chikun/Kajuru, Kachia/Kagarko, Kaduna South, Makarfi/Kudan, Ikara/Kubau, Kaduna North, Soba, Zaria Federal.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)

Senator Aruwa Muktar Ahmed M. ANPP Kaduna Central 1999–2003
Senator Tafida Dalhatu S. PDP Kaduna North 1999–2003
Senator Caleb Zagi PDP Kaduna South 2007–to date (2011
Representative Ahmed Maiwada PDP Birnin-Gwari/Giwa 1999–2003
Representative Aliyu InuwaM. PDP Lere 1999–2003
Representative Asake Jonathan ANPP Zangon Kataf/Jaba 1999–2003
Representative Audu Ado Dogo PDP Jema'a/Sanga 1999–2003
Representative Aya Florence Diya PDP Kaura 1999–2003
Representative Dansa Audu PDP Kauru 1999–2003
Representative Haruna Mohammed Mikalu ANPP Igabi 1999–2003
Representative Isiaku Yakubu M. PDP Chikun/Kajuru 1999–2003
Representative Jagaba Adams PDP Kachia/Kagarko 1999–2003
Representative Koji Binta Garba ANPP Kaduna South 1999–2003
Representative Liiloro Mohammed Hussain PDP Makarfi/Kudan 1999–2003
Representative Paki Tijjani Sani PDP Ikara/Kubau 1999–2003
Representative Tanko Yahaya PDP Kaduna North 1999–2003
Representative Tukur Abdul'Rauf PDP Soba 1999–2003
Representative Usman Abdukadir PDP Zaria Federal 1999–2003


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