Nigerian national assembly delegation from kogi

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kogi comprises three Senators representing Kogi Central, Kogi East, and Kogi West, and nine Representatives representing Adaui/Okehi, Ijunu/Kabba-Bunu, Idah/Ofu/Ibaji/Igala-Lamela-Odolu, Bassa/Dekina, Ankpa Olamaboro Omala, Lokoja/Kogi/KK, Yauba East/West/Modamuko, Ajaokuta, and Okrne/Ogori/Magongo.

Fourth Republic

6th Assembly (2007 - 2011)

Senator Constituency Party
Nicholas Ugbane Kogi East PDP
Otaru Salihu Ohize Kogi Central AC
Smart Adeyemi Kogi West PDP
Representative Constituency Party
Abdulkarim Saliu Adavi/Okehi AC
Ali A. Atai Usman Ankpa/Omala/Olamaboro PDP
Aro Yagba East/yagba West/Mopamuro PDP
Ihiabe Samson Positive Dekina/Bassa PDP
James Idachaba Idah/Ibaji/Igalamela/Ofu PDP
Malaye Daniel Dino Kabba/Bunu/Ijumu PDP
Sadiq Asema M. Ajaokuta PDP
Suleiman Y. Kokori Abdul Okene/Ogori-Magogo AC
Umar Baba Jibrin Kogi(Lokoja)Kogi(kk) PDP

4th Assembly (1999 - 2003)

Senator Party Constituency
Ahmed Tijani Ahmed PDP Kogi Central
Alex Usman Kadiri ANPP Kogi East
Jonathan Tunde Ogbeha PDP Kogi West
Representative Party Constituency
Abdulkareem Saliu AD Adaui/Okehi
Abiodun Ojo Samuel PDP Ijunu/Kabba-Bunu
Ineke Itaka Frank ANPP Idah/Ofu/Ibaji/Igala-Lamela-Odolu
Jimba Isaac Ruzama ANPP Bassa/Dekina
Muazu Abimaje ANPP Ankpa Olamaboro Omala
Musa Adamu Osuku ANPP Lokoja/Kogi/KK
Olorunshola Ojo PDP Yauba East/West/Modamuko
Samari Adamu Ahmadu ANPP Ajaokuta
Sani Abdul Stephen E. PDP Okrne/Ogori/Magongo

References

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