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Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kebbi

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kebbi State comprises three Senators and eight Representatives.

6th Assembly (2007–2011)

The 6th National Assembly (2007–2011) was inaugurated on 5 June 2007. The People's Democratic Party (PDP) won all the Senate and House seats.

Senators representing Kebbi State in the 6th Assembly were:[1]
Senator Constituency Party Notes
Adamu Aliero Central PDP Appointed Minister for the Federal Capital Territory on 18 December 2008
Abubakar Atiku Bagudu Central PDP
Abubakar Tanko Ayuba South PDP
Umaru Argungu, OON North PDP
Representatives in the 6th Assembly were:[2]
Representative Constituency Party
Abdullahi Umar Faruk B/Kebbi/Kalgo/Bunza PDP
Aminu Musa Koko Maiyama/Koko/Besse PDP
Bala Ibn Na'allah Zuru/Fakai/Sakaba/D/Wasagu PDP
Garba Abdullahi Bagudo Bagudo/Suru PDP
Garba Gulma Argungu/Augie PDP
Halima Hassan Tukur Yauri/Shanga/Ngaski PDP
Ibrahim Bawa Kamba Arewa/Dandi PDP
Muhammed Umar Jega Gwandu/Aliero/Jega PDP

See also

References

  1. ^ "Senators – Jigawa". National Assembly of Nigeria. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
  2. ^ "Members – Kebbi". National Assembly of Nigeria. Retrieved 6 June 2010. 
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