Nigerian national assembly delegation from rivers

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Rivers comprises three Senators representing Rivers East, Rivers West, Rivers Central and thirteen Representatives representing Degema/Bonny, Okrika/Ogu-Bolo, Asalga/Akulga, Ahoada West/Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni, Port Harcourt 1, Ikwerre/Emohua, Khana/Gokana, Etche/Omuma, Tai/Eleme/Oyigbo, Abua-Odual/Ahoada East, Obio/Akpor, Port Harcourt 2, Andoni/Opobo/Nkoro.

Fourth Republic

The 6th Parliament (2007 - 2011)

Senator Sekibo George Thompson PDP Rivers East 2007–2011
Senator Ake Wilson Asinobi PDP Rivers West 2007–2011
Senator Maeba Lee Ledego PDP Rivers South East 2003–2011
Representative Davies Sokonte Huttin PDP Degema/Bonny 2007–2011
Representative Kalipa John PDP Okrika/Ogu-Bolo 2007–2011
Representative Kunaiyi-Akpanah Daemi PDP Asalga/Akulga 2003–2011
Representative Asita Honourable PDP Ahoada-West/Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni 2007–2011
Representative Aguma Igochukwu PDP Port Harcourt 1 2003–2011
Representative Uchendu Andrew I. PDP Ikwerre/ Emohua 2003–2011
Representative Deeyah Emmanuel Nwika PDP Khana/Gokana 2003–2011
Representative Nwosu George Ford PDP Etche/Omuma 2003–2011
Representative Nwogu OlakaJohnson PDP Tai/Eleme/Oyigbo 1999–2011
Representative Apiafi Betty Okagua PDP Ahoada-East;Abua/Odual 2003–2011
Representative Chinwo Ike B. S PDP Obio/Akpor 2003–2011
Representative Igwe Chinyere PDP Port Harcourt 2 2007–2011
Representative Berewari Christopher PDP Andoni/Opobo/Nkoro 2007–2011


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