Nigerian national assembly delegation from kano

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kano comprises three Senators and fifteen Representatives (down from twenty three in 1999). They form the legislature of Kano State, Nigeria.

6th Assembly (2007–2011)

The 6th National Assembly (2007–2011) was inaugurated on 5 June 2007. The People's Democratic Party (PDP) won no Senate seats and two House seats. The All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) won two Senate seats and thirteen House seats. In December 2007 the election of Aminu Sule Garo was annulled, and the PDP contender Bello Hayatu Gwarzo was declared elected.[1]

Senators representing Kano State in the 6th Assembly were:[2]

Senator Constituency Party Notes
Aminu Sule Garo North ANPP Election annulled in December 2007
Bello Hayatu Gwarzo North PDP
Kabiru Ibrahim Gaya South ANPP
Mohammed Adamu Bello Central ANPP

Representatives in the 6th Assembly were:[3]

Representative Constituency Party
Abdurrahamman Suleiman Kawu Sumaila/Takai ANPP
Abduwa Gabasawa Nasiru Gezawa/Gabasawa ANPP
Ado Garba Alhassan Tudun-Wada/Doguwa PDP
Ahmad Audi Zarewa Karaye/Rogo ANPP
Alhassan Uba Idris Dala ANPP
Ali Wudil Muhammad Wudil/Garko ANPP
Danlami Hamza Fagge ANPP
Garba Mohammed Batalawa Kura/Madobi/Garun Malam ANPP
Ibrahim Muazzam Bichi Bichi ANPP
Ibrahim Umar Ballah Kumbosto ANPP
Isah Idris Alhaji Nassarawa ANPP
Jobe Abdulkadir Tijjani Dawakin-Tofa/Tofa/Rimin Gado ANPP
Kiru Ubale Jakada Bebeji/Kiru ANPP
Labaran Y. Dambatta Dambatta/Mokoda ANPP
Lawan Farouk Muhammad Bagwai/Shanono PDP

The 4th Assembly (1999–2003)

The 4th National Assembly (2007–2011) was inaugurated on 29 May 1999. The People's Democratic Party (PDP) won three Senate seats and twenty two House seats. The All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) won one House seat.

Senator Party Constituency
Masa'ud Doguwa El-Jibril PDP Kano-South
Bello Hayatu Gwarzo PDP Kano-North
Ibrahim Kura Mohammed PDP Kano-Central
Representative Party Constituency
Bala Ali PDP Kumbotso
Barau Jibrin PDP Tarauni
Biburim Bashir Yusuf PDP Tiwada/Doguwa
Bichi Mahmoun Baba PDP Bichi
Bunkure YusufMalam PDP Bunkure/Rano/Kibiya
Butalawa Garba Mohammed PDP Kura/Madobi/Garun Malam
Fanda Adamu Abdul PDP Albasu/Ajingi/Gaya
Gabasawa Nasiru Abduwa PDP Gezawa/Gabasawa
Gora Muhtan Abdulrazaq PDP Dala
Gwarzo Hamza Zakari PDP Gwarzo-Kabo
Hamza Danlami ANPP Fagge
Harisu Srajo PDP Dambatta/Makoda
Haruna Shehu Lambu PDP Ditofa/Tofa/Rimin Gado
Hausawa Aminu Ghali PDP Gwale
Kachako Aliyu Mohammed PDP Sumaila/Takai
Lawan Farouk PDP Bagwai/Shanono
Muktar Ad'hama Ismail PDP Ungogo/Minjibir
Ghali Umar Na'Abba PDP Kano Municipal
Sarai Bako PDP Dawakin/Kuru/Warawa
Tsanyawa Umaru Aliyu PDP Tsanyawa/Kunchi
Wudil Sirajo Mohammed PDP Wudil/Garko
Yako Aliyu Mohammed PDP Kiru/Bebeji
Yammedi Shehu Aliyu PDP Karaye/Rogo

References

  • Official Website – National Assembly House of Representatives (Kano State)
  • Senator List
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