Senators From 1999 Till Date Part 2

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Senators from 1999 till date part 2 is the continuation of the names of the Senators elected in the Nigeria Fourth Republic. Senators from 1999 till date part 2 contains the names of Senators elected in the 8th Senate and 9th Senate. Senators from 1999 till date part 2 contains the names of all the Senators elected in to the House of Senate  2015 and 2019.

Senators From 1999 Till Date Part 2 Names Are:

8th Senate (2015 – 2019)

Abia State

1. Mao A. Ohuabunwa, North, PDP.

2. Theodore Ahamefula Orji, Central, PDP.

3. Enyinnaya Harcourt Abaribe, South, PDP.

Adamawa State

1. Binta Masi Garba, North, APC.

2. Abdul Aziz Murtala Nyako, Central, APC.

3. Ahmad Abubakar, South, APC.

** Moa llayidi

Akwa Ibom State

1. Bassey Albert Akpan, North, PDP.

2. Godswill Obot Akpabio, North West, PDP.

3. Nelson Asuquo Effiong, South, PDP.

Anambra State

1. Stella Oduah, North, ANPP.

2. Uche Lilian Ekwunife, Central, PDP.

3. Emmanuel Andy Nnamdi, South, PDP.

Bauchi State

1. Isah Hamma Misau, Central, APC.

2. Ali Wakili, South, APC.

3. Suleiman Mohammed Nazif, North, APC.

Bayelsa State

1. Murray – Bruce Ben, East, PDP.

2. Emmanuel Paulker Izibefien, Central, PDP.

3. Ogola Foster, West, PDP.

Benue State

1. Barnabas Gemade, North East, APC.

2. George Akume,North West, APC.

3. David Mark, South, PDP.

Borno State

1. Abubakar Kyari, North, APC.

2. Ahmad Zannah, Central, APC.

3. Ali Muhammed Ndume, APC, South.

Cross River State

1. Rose Okoji Oko, North, PDP.

2. Gershom Henry Bassey, South, PDP.

3. John Owah Enoh, Central, PDP.

Delta State

1. Ighoyata Amori, Central, PDP.

2. Peter Nwaboshi, North, PDP.

3. James Ebiowu Manager, South, PDP.

Ebonyi State

1. Samuel Ominiyi Egwu, North, PDP.

2. Ogba Joseph Obinna, Central, PDP.

3. Sunday Ogbuoji Oji, South, PDP.

Edo State

1. Clifford A. Ordia, Central, PDP.

2. Francis  Asekhame Alimikhena,  North, APC.

3. Matthew Urhoghide, South, PDP.

Ekiti State

1. Duro Samuel Faseyi, North, PDP.

2. Fatimat Olufunke Raji – Rasaki, Central, PDP.

3. Biodun Christine Olujimi, South, PDP.

Enugu State

1. Gilbert Emeka Nnaji, East, PDP.

2. Ike Ekweremadu, West, PDP.

3. Utazi Godfrey Chukwuemeka, North, PDP.

Gombe State

1. Mohammed Danjuma Goje, Central, APC.

2. Bayero Usman Nafada, North, APC.

3. Joshua Moltobok Lidani, South, PDP.

Imo State

1. Samuel Nnaemeka Anyanwu, East, PDP.

2.Hope Odinaka Uzodinma,West, PDP.

3. Achonu Athanasius Nneji, North, PDP.

Jigawa State

1. Abdullahi Abubakar Gumel, North, APC.

2. Sabo Mohammed, Southwest, APC.

3. Muhammed Ubali Shitu, North East, APC.

Kaduna State

1. Suleiman Othman Hunkuyi, North, PDP.

2. Sheu Sani, Central, APC.

3. Danjuma La’ah, South, PDP.

Kano State

1. Barau I. Jibrin, North, APC.

2. Mohammed Rabiu Musa, Central, APC.

3. Kabiru Gaya, South, APC.

Katsina State

1. Mustapha Bukar, North, APC.

2. Abu Ibrahim, South, APC.

3. Umaru Ibrahim Kurfi, Central, APC.

Kebbi State

1. Yahaya Abdullahi, North, APC.

2. Muhammed Adamu Aliero, Central, APC.

3. Bala Ibn Na’allah, South, APC.

Kwara State

1. Mohammed Abdulsalami Ohiare, Central, APC.

2. Dino Melaye, West, APC.

3. Abdulrahman Abubakar, East, APC.

Kwara State

1. Mohammed Shabba Lafiagi, North, APC.

Senators From 1999 Till Date Part 2

2. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, Central, APC.

3. Rafiu Adebayo Ibrahim, South, APC.

Lagos State

1. Oluremi Shade Tinubu, Central, APC.

2. Bareehu Olugbenga Ashafa, East, APC.

3. Adeola Solomon Olamikan, West, APC.

Nassarawa State

1. Philip Aruwa Gyunka, North, PDP.

2. Abdullahi Adamu, West, APC.

3. Salihu Hussain Egye, South, APC.

Niger State

1. Muhammed A. Garba, South, APC.

2. Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi, North, APC.

3. David Umaru, East, APC.

Ogun State

1. Olarewaju Adeyemi Tejuoso, Central, APC.

2. Buruji Kashamu, East, PDP.

3. Joseph Gbolahan Dada, West, APC.

Ondo State

1. Robert Ajayi Boroface, North, APC.

2. Donald Alasoadura, Central, APC.

3. Yele Omogunwa, South, PDP.

Oyo State

1. Monsurat Sunmonu, Central, APC.

2. Buhari Abdulfatai, North, APC.

3. Rilwan Adesoji Akanbi, South, APC.

Plateau State

1. Jeremiah Timbut Useni, South, PDP.

2. Joshua Chibi Dariye, Central, PDP.

3. David Jonah Jang, North, PDP.

Rivers State

1. George Sekibo, East, PDP.

2. Olaka Johnson Nwogu, South, PDP.

3. Osinachukwu Ideozu,West, PDP.

Sokoto State

1. Ibrahim Abdullahi Gobir, East, APC.

2. Aliyu Magatakarda Wammako, North, APC.

3. Ibrahim Abdullahi, South, APC.

Taraba State

1. Emmanuel Bwacha, South, PDP.

2. Marafa Bashir Abba, Central, PDP.

3. Abubakar Sani Dalandi, North, PDP.

Yobe State

1. Bukar Abba Ibrahim, East, APC.

2. Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan, North, APC.

3. Mohammed Hassan, South, PDP.

Zamfara State

1. Kabir Marafa, Central, APC.

2. Tijani Yahaya Kure, North, APC.

3. Ahmad Rufa’i Sanni, West, APC.

Federal Capital Territory (FCT)

1. Philips Tanimu Aduda, Abuja, PDP.

9th Senate (2019 – 2023)

Abia State

1. Orji Uzor Kalu, North, APC.

2. Orji Theodore Ahamefula, Central, PDP.

3. Enyinnaya Harcourt Abaribe, South, PDP.

Adamawa State

1. Ishaku Elisha Cliff Abbo, North, PDP.

2. Yaroe Binos Dauda, South, PDP.

3. Dahiru Aishatu Ahmed, Central, PDP.

Akwa Ibom State

1. Akpan Bassey Albert, North East, PDP.

2. Christopher Stephen Ekpeyong, North, PDP.

3. Eyakeyi Akon Etim, South, PDP.

Anambra State

1. Stella Oduah, North, PDP.

2. Uche Lilian Ekwunife, Central, PDP.

3. Ifeanyi Ubah, South, YPP.

Bauchi State

1. Lawal Gumau, South, APC.

2. Jika Dauda Halliru, Central, APC.

3. Bulkachuwa Adamu Muhammed, North, APC.

Bayelsa State

1. Degi Eremienyo Biobarugu Wangagra, East, APC.

2.*** Diri Douye, Central, PDP.

After the seat was declared vacant for many months Cleopas Moses, PDP was announced after bye election.

3. ** Ewhrudjakpo Lawrence, West, PDP.

After several the seat was declared Senator after bye election Seriake Dickson, PDP.

Benue State

1. Gabriel Toruwa Suswam, North East, PDP.

2. Emmanuel Yisa Oker – Jev, North West, PDP.

3. Patrick Abba Moro, South, PDP.

Borno State

1. Kyari Abubakar Shaib, North, APC.

2. Kashim Shettima, Central, APC.

3. Ali Muhammed Ndume, South, APC.

Cross River State

1.** Oko Rose Okoji, North, PDP. After by election Stephen Odey, PDP emerged winner.

2. Onor Sandy Ojang, Central, PDP.

3. Gershom Bassey, South, PDP.

Delta State

1. Ovie Omo – Agege, Central, APC.

2. Peter Nwaboshi, North, PDP.

3. James Ebiowu Manager, South, PDP.

Ebonyi State

1. Samuel Ominiyi Egwu, North, PDP.

2. Ogba Joseph Obinna, Central, PDP.

3. Michael Ama Nnachi, South, PDP.

Edo State

1. Ordia Akhimienmona Clifford, Central, PDP.

2. Alimikhena Francis Asekhame, North, PDP.

3. Urhoghide Matthew Aisagbonridion, South, PDP.

Ekiti State

1. Adetunbi Olubunmi Ayodeji, North, APC.

2. Bamidele Micheal Opeyemi, Central, APC.

3. ** Adeyeye Clement Adedayo, South, APC. He was removed by Court order.

He was succeeded by Biodun Christine Olujimi, PDP.

Enugu State

1. Chimaroke Ogbonna Nnamani, East, PDP.

2. Ike Ekweremadu, West, PDP.

3. Utazi Godfrey Chukwuka, North, PDP.

Gombe State

1. Alkali Saidu Ahmed, North, APC.

2. Danjuma Muhammed Goje, Central, APC.

3. Amos Bulus Kilawangs, South, APC.

Imo State

1. Onyewuchi Ezenwa Francis, East, PDP.

2. Rochas Okorocha, West, APC.

3. ** Benjamin Uwajumogu, North, APC

Dead, awaiting the conduct of bye election. 

NOTE!

APC won Imo North Senatorial district but no candidate yet because there “court orders” for and against the two major contenders: Frank Ibezim and Ifeanyi Ararume.

Jigawa State

1. Mohammed Sabo, South West, APC.

2. Hassan Ibrahim Hadeijia, North East, APC.

3. Sankara Danladi Abdullahi, North West, APC.

Kaduna State

1. Kwari Suleiman Abdu, North, APC.

2. Sani Uba, Central, PDP.

3. Laah Danjuma Tella, South, APC.

Kano State

1. Ibrahim Shekarau, Central, APC.

2. Barau Jibrin, North, APC.

3. Ibrahim Kabiru Gaya, South, APC.

Katsina State

1. Babba Ahmad Kaita, North, APC.

2. Nandita Bello, South, APC.

3. Abdullahi Kabir, Central, APC.

Kebbi State

1. Abdullahi Abubakar Yahaya, North, APC.

2. Adamu Mainasara Aliero Muhammed, Central, APC.

3. Na’ Allah Ibn Bala, South, APC.

Kogi State

1. Yakubu Oseni, Central, APC.

2. Jibrin Isah, East, APC.

3. ** Dino Melaye, West, APC. When the case was taken Court. Court ordered that bye election should be conducted. After bye election. Smart Adeyemi, APC, won the election that made him to succeed Dino Melaye.

Kwara State

1. Umar Suleiman Sadiq, North, APC.

2. Ibrahim Yahaya Oloriegbe, Central, APC.

3. Oyeloa Yisa Ashiru , South, APC.

Lagos State

1. Oluremi Shade Tinubu, Central, APC.

2. ** Osinowo Sikiru Adebayo, East, APC. Deceased, awaiting the conduct of bye election. After bye election Tokunbo Abiru, APC emerged winner.

3. Olamikan Adeola Solomon, West, APC.

Nassarawa State

1. Akwashiki Godiya, East, APC.

2. Abdullahi Adamu, North, APC.

3. Tanko Al – Makura, South, APC.

Niger State

1. Mohammed Sani Musa, East, APC.

2. Abdullahi Aliyu Sabi, North, APC.

3. Bima Muhammed Enagi, South, APC.

Ogun State

1. Mustapha Ramoni Olalekan, East, APC.

2. Odebiyi Tolulope Akinremi, West, APC.

3. Ibikunle Amosun, Central, APC.

Ondo State

1. Boroface Robert Ajayi, North, APC.

2. Akinyele Patrick Ayo, Central, APC.

3. Nicholas Tofowomo, South, APC.

Osun State

1. Surajudeen Ajibola Bashiru, Central, APC.

2. Fadahunsi  Francis Adenigba, East, PDP.

3. Orilowo Adelere Adeyemi, West, APC.

Oyo State

1. Buhari Abdulfatai, North, APC.

2. Folari Teslim Kolawole, Central, APC.

3. Kola Ademola Balogun, South, PDP.

Plateau State

1. Ignatius Datong Longjan, South, APC.

2. Dimka Hezekiah Ayuba, Central, APC.

3.** Gyang Istifanus Dung, North, APC.  After bye election Mrs Nora Daduut, APC, was declared winner.

Rivers State

1. Apiafi Jocelyn, West, PDP.

2. Mpigi Barinada, South, PDP.

3. Thompson Sekibo, East, PDP.

Sokoto State

1. Gobir Ibrahim Abdullahi, East, APC.

2. Sheu Abubakar Tambuwal, South, APC. ** Ibrahim Danbaba, PDP.

3. Aliyu Magatakarda Wammako, North, APC.

Taraba State

1. Bwacha Ibrahim Muhammed, South, APC.

2. Ahmed Lawan, North, APC.

3. Gaidam Ibrahim, East, APC.

Zamfara State

1. Mohammed Hassan, Central, PDP.

2. Lawali Anka Hassan, West, PDP.

3. Ya’u Sahabi, North, PDP.

Federal Capital Territory (FCT)

1. Philip Tanimu Aduda, Abuja, PDP.

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