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Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Ogun

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Ogun comprises three Senators, representing Ogun East, Ogun Central, and Ogun West, and nine Representatives, representing Ijebu-Ode/Odogbolu/Ijebu North East, Remo, Abeokuta South, Abeokuta North, Egbado South and Ipokia, Ogun East, Imeko Afon/Yewa North, Ado-Odo/Ota, Ifo/Ewekoro.

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (2011 - present)

OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERM
Senator Durojaiye Olabiyi AD Ogun East 1999–2003
Senator Okurounmu Femi AD Ogun Central 1999–2003
Senator Olabimtan Afolabi AD Ogun West 1999–2003
Representative Adedeji Amusa Suraj AD Ijebu Ode/Odogbolu/Ijebu North East 1999–2003
Representative Babatunde Olokun AD Remo 1999–2003
Representative Laosihe Abraham Lanare AD Abeokuta South 1999–2003
Representative Mustapha Olabode AD Abeokuta North 1999–2003
Representative Odutan Kamaorun Alabi AD Egbado South and Ipokia 1999–2003
Representative Onadeko Onamusi AD Ogun East 1999–2003
Representative Owolabi Ashamu Ola AD Imeko Afon/Yewa North 1999–2003
Representative Rasheed Babawale Remi AD Ado-Odo/Ota 1999–2003
Representative yaya Abayomi Collins AD Ifo/Ewekoro 1999–2003

References

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