Nigerian national assembly delegation from plateau

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Plateau comprises three Senators representing Plateau South, Plateau Central, and Plateau North, and eight Representatives representing Pankshin/Kanke/Kanam, Bassa/Jos North, Mikang/Quan.Pan/Shendam, Jos South/West, Langtang North/South, Barkin Ladi/Riyom, Wase, Mangu/Bokkos

Fourth Republic

The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)

Senator Janfa Silas PDP PDP, 2003-2007, Nanzip Shagaya, |PDP, 2007- 1999–2003
Senator Ibrahim Nasiru Mantu PDP Plateau Central 1999–2003
Senator Davou Zang PDP Plateau North 1999–2003
Representative Binuwai Josiah Gobum PDP Pankshin/Kanke/Kanam 1999–2003
Representative Adeh Lumumba Dah PDP Bassa/Jos North 1999–2003
Representative Damulak Jafaru Muhaammadu PDP Mikang/Quan.Pan/Shendam 1999–2003
Representative Dung Daniel Sunday PDP JosSouth/West 1999–2003
Representative Lar Victor Rampyal PDP Langtang North/South 1999–2003
Representative Song Isa Chungwom PDP Barkin Ladi/Riyom 1999–2003
Representative Yero Ibrahim Bello PDP Wase 1999–2003
Representative Yilkes BarminasAli PDP Mangu/Bokkos 1999–2003


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