Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Nasarawa

The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Nasarawa State comprises three Senators and five Representatives.

6th Assembly (2007–2011)

The 6th National Assembly (2007–2011) was inaugurated on 5 June 2007. The People's Democratic Party (PDP) won two Senate and four House seats. The All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) won one Senate and one House seat.

Senators representing Nasarawa State in the 6th Assembly were:[1]

Senator Constituency Party
Abubakar Sodangi West PDP
Patricia Akwashiki North ANPP
Suleiman Adokwe South PDP

Representatives in the 6th Assembly were:[2]

Representative Constituency Party
Ahmed D. A. Wadada Keffi/Karu/Kokona PDP
Isa U. Ambaka Akwanga/Nasarawa Eggon/Wamba ANPP
Mohammed A. Al-Makura Lafia/Obi PDP
Samuel Egya Nasarawa/Toto PDP
Shuaibu H. Abdullahi Awe/Doma/Keana PDP

See also


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