Nigerian national assembly delegation from katsina

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Katsina comprises three Senators representing Katsina South, Katsina Central, and Katsina North, and fifteen Representatives representing Kaita/Jibia, Malum Fashi/Kafur, Daura/Sandamu/Mai'Adua, Funtua/Dandume, Dutsin-ma/Kurfi, Mashi/Dvisi, Mani/Bindawa, Bakori/Danja, Kankia/Ingawa/Kusada, Safana/Batsari/Dan-Musa, Musawa/Matazu, Rimi/Charanchi/Batagarawa, Baure/Zango,Kankara/Sabuwa/Faskari, and Katsina Central.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)

Office Name Party Constituency
Senator Mohammed Tukur Liman PDP Katsina South
Senator Mamman Samaila PDP Katsina Central
Senator Abdul Yandomah PDP Katsina North
Representative Abdullahi Musa Nuhu PDP Kaita/Jibia
Representative Aminu Bello Musari PDP Malum Fashi/Kafur
Representative Daura AdamuSaidu PDP Daura/Sandamu/Mai'Adua
Representative Funtua Lawal Ibrahim PDP Funtua/Dandume
Representative Makera Sabiu Hassan PDP Dutsin-ma/Kurfi
Representative Mashi Abdu Haro PDP Mashi/Dvisi
Representative Musa Aliyu PDP Mani/Bindawa
Representative Nadabo Tukur Idris PDP Bakori/Danja
Representative Nasarawa Usman Mani PDP Kankia/Ingawa/Kusada
Representative Safana Amina Yakubu PDP Safana/Batsari/Dan-Musa
Representative Shehu Abubakar Garba PDP Musawa/Matazu
Representative Tsagero Muazu Lemamu PDP Rimi/Charanchi/Batagarawa
Representative Yahaya Shuaib Baure PDP Baure/Zango
Representative Yankara Lawal Yusufu PDP Kankara/Sabuwa/Faskari
Representative Yar'adua Abubakar Sadiq PDP Katsina Central
Representative Abubakar Lamido Sadiq PDP Katsina North Central

References

  • Official Website - National Assembly House of Representatives (Katsina State)
  • Senator List
  • Senator Ibraim M. Ida's Website
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