Nigerian national assembly delegation from lagos

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Lagos comprises three Senators representing Lagos-Central, Lagos-East, and Lagos-West, and twenty-three Representatives representing Epe, Badagry, Ibeju-Lekki, Eti Osa, Mushin I, Apapa, Somolu, Surulere, Lagos State II, Ojo, Amunwo, Ikeja, Surulere I, Ikorodu, Lagos Island, Agege, Mushin I, Lagos Island II, Ifako-Ijaiye, Oshodi-Isolo II, Oshodi-Isolo I, Ajeromi/Ifelodun, Lagos Mainland, and Kosofe

Fourth Republic

6th Assembly (2007–2011)

Senator Party Constituency
Munirudeen Adekunle Muse AC Lagos-Central
Adeleke Mamora AC Lagos-East
Ganiyu Solomon AC Lagos-West
Representative Party Constituency
Abayomi Dauda Kako Are AA Mushin I
Abike Dabiri AC Ikorodu
Adebayo F. Odulana AC Ikeja
Adefolabi Morufdeen AC Ifako-Iaiye
Bashiru O. Bolarinwa ANPP Lagos Mainland
Emmanuel Oyeyemi Adedeji AC Alimosho
Fancy Akeem Arole AC Surulere II
Habeeb Fashiro ANPP Etisa-Osa
Hamzat Ganiyu Tunji AC Mushin II
Ibrahim Adebola Moshood ANPP Epe
Joseph Ajatta AC Oshodi-Isolo II
Monsuru Owolabi AA Lagos Island II
Moruf Akindelu Fatai AC Oshodi-Isolo I
Ojelabi C. Oyefolu AC Ojo

5th Assembly (2003–2007)

Senator Party Constituency
Musiliu Obanikoro PDP Lagos-Central
Adeleke Mamora AD Lagos-East
Tokunbo Afikuyomi AD Lagos-West
Representative Party Constituency
Salau Tunde PDP Epe
Setonji G. Koshoedo PDP Badagry
Amele Moshood Tokunbo AD Ibeju-Lekki
Habeeb Adekunle Fashiro AD Eti Osa
Hamzat Ganiyu AD Mushin II
Abiola Edewor AD Apapa
Adeyemi Olwole AD Somolu
Fancy Akeem Arole AD Surulere II
Femi Obayomi Davies AD Ojo
Adeyanju Simon Aderemi AD Amunwo
Tugbobo Aima AD Ikeja
Femi Gbaja Biamila AD Surulere I
Abike Dabiri AD Ikorodu
Olaumoke Okoya-Thomas AD Lagos Island
Olakunle Amunkoro AD Agege
Ganiyu Olarenwaju Solomon AD Mushin I
Monsuru Alao Owolabi AD Lagos Island II
Onimole Olufemi Olawale AD Ifako-Ijaiye
Joseph Jaiyeola Ajatta AD Oshodi-Isolo II
Mudashiru Oyetunde Husaini AD Oshodi-Isolo I
Ogunbajo Olu AD Ajeromi/Ifelodun
Wunmi Bewaji Mabayoje AD Lagos Mainland
Oludotun Animashaun AD Kosofe

References

  • Lagos State delegation to the National Assembly of Nigeria
  • Official Website - National Assembly Senators (Lagos State)
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