Names Of Nigerian Senators And Their Constituency

The complete Names Of Senators In Nigeria and their Constituency would be listed here. Nigeria is a country that has a population of about 200 million people, they all come from different ethnics groups and different religion. Nigeria just held their election recently and newly elected senators have been appointed into the cabinet, if you are not current with the happenings and you don’t listen to the news quite often, then this article is for you.  Many news has been coming up from the ruling party that they lost the two-thirds majority votes which they are supposed to have in the Senate section, many speculations have been coming up about this issue, there are lots of senators name which you do not even know about, so read below and see.

Members of the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the 9th National Assembly (2019-2023)

Names Of Nigerian Senators And Their Constituency

  • Abia State
    • Enyinnaya Abaribe (PDP)     Abia South
    • Theodore Orji (PDP)            Abia Central
    • Orji Uzor Kalu (APC)               Abia North
  • Abuja
    • Philips Tanimu Aduda (PDP)- Federal Capital Territory
  • Adamawa State
    • Yaroe Binos Dauda (PDP) – Adamawa  South
    • Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed (APC)- Adamawa Central
    • Ishaku Elisha Abbo (PDP) – Adamawa North
  • Akwa Ibom State
    • Chris Ekpenyong (PDP) – Akwa Ibom North West
    • Bassey Albert (PDP) – Akwa Ibom North East
    • Eyakenyi Akon Etim (PDP) Akwa Ibom South
  • Anambra State
    • Uche Ekwunife (PDP) – Anambra Central
    • Ifeanyi Ubah (YPP) – Anambra South
    • Stella Oduah-Ogiemwonyi (PDP) – Anambra North
  • Bauchi State
    • Jika Dauda Halliru (APC) –    Bauchi Central 
    • Bulkachuwa Adamu Muhammad (APC) – Bauchi North
    •  Lawal Yahaya Gumau (APC) – Bauchi South
  • Bayelsa State
    • Bayelsa West: seat vacant, pending election. 
    • Degi Eremienyo Wangagra (APC)- Bayelsa East
    • Bayelsa Central: seat vacant, pending election.
  • Benue State
    • Patrick Abba Moro (PDP) – Benue South
    • Emmanuel Yisa Orker-Jev (PDP) – Benue North West
    • Gabriel Suswam (PDP) –    Benue North East
  • Borno State
    • Kashim Shettima (APC) – Borno  Central
    • Kyari Abubakar Shaib (APC) –    Borno North
    • Mohammed Ali Ndume (APC) – Borno South
  • Cross River State
    • Gershom Bassey (PDP) Cross River South
    • Rose Okoji Oko (PDP) Cross River North
    • Sandy Ojang Onor (PDP) Cross River Central
  • Delta State
    • James Manager (PDP) – Delta South
    • Peter Nwaoboshi (PDP) – Delta North
    • Ovie Omo-Agege (APC) – Delta Central
  • Ebonyi State
    • Sam Egwu (PDP) Ebonyi North
    • Michael Ama Nnachi (PDP) – Ebonyi  South
    • Joseph Ogba (PDP) – Ebonyi Central
  • Edo State
    • Matthew Urhoghide (PDP) – Edo South 
    • Clifford Ordia (PDP) – Edo Central
    • Francis Alimikhena (APC) – Edo North
  • Ekiti State
    • Michael Opeyemi Bamidele (APC) – Ekiti Central
    • Olubunmi Ayodeji Adetunmbi (APC) – Ekiti North
    • Abiodun Olujimi (PDP) – Ekiti South
  • Enugu State
    • Utazi Chukwuka (PDP) – Enugu North
    • Chimaroke Nnamani (PDP) – Enugu East
    • Ike Ekweremadu (PDP) – Enugu West
  • Gombe State
    •     Mohammed Danjuma Goje (APC) – Gombe Cenral
    •     Sa’idu Ahmed Alkali (APC) – Gombe North
    •     Amos Bulus Kilawangs (APC) – Gombe South
  • Imo State
    •    Onyewuchi Francis Ezenwa (PDP) – Imo East
    •     Rochas Okorocha (APC) – Imo West
    •     Benjamin Uwajumogu (APC) June 2019-December 2019 (Died) Imo North: seat vacant.
  • Jigawa State
    • Ibrahim Hassan Hadejia (APC) – Jigawa North East
    • Danladi Abdullahi Sankara (APC) – Jigawa North West
    • Mohammed Sabo (politician) (APC) – Jigawa South West
  • Kaduna State
    • Suleiman Abdu Kwari (APC) – Kaduna North
    • Danjuma Laah (APC)- Kaduna South
    • Uba Sani (APC) – Kaduna Central
  • Kano State
    • Jibrin Barau (APC)- Kano North
    • Kabiru Ibrahim Gaya (APC) Kano South
    • Ibrahim Shekarau (APC) Kano Central
  • Katsina State
    • Bello Mandiya (APC) – Katsina South
    • Kurfi Umaru (APC) – Katsina Central
    • Ahmad Babba Kaita (APC) – Katsina North
  • Kebbi State
    • Bala Ibn Na’Allah (APC)- Kebbi South
    • Adamu Aliero (APC) – Kebbi Central
    • Abdullahi Abubakar Yahaya (APC) – Kebbi North
  • Kogi State
    • Jibrin Isah (APC)- Kogi East
    • Yakubu Oseni (APC) – Kogi Central
    • Smart Adeyemi (APC) – Kogi West
  • Kwara State
    • Ibrahim Yahaya Oloriegbe (APC) – Kwara Central
    • Umar Suleiman Sadiq (APC) – Kwara North
    • Lola Ashiru (APC) – Kwara South
  • Lagos State
    • Adebayo Osinowo (APC) – Lagos East
    • Solomon Olamilekan Adeola (APC) – Lagos West
    • Oluremi Tinubu (APC) – Lagos Central
  • Nasarawa State
    • Akwashiki Godiya (APC)- Nasarawa East
    • Abdullahi Adamu (APC) – Nasarawa North
    • Umaru Tanko Al-Makura (APC) – Nasarawa South
  • Niger State
    • Sani Mohammed Musa (APC)- Niger East
    • Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi (APC) – Niger North
    • Bima Muhammad Enagi (APC) – Niger South
  • Ogun State
    • Ogun West: Odebiyi Tolulope Akinremi (APC)
    • Ogun Central: Ibikunle Amosun (APC)
    • Ogun East: Ramoni Olalekan Mustapha (APC)
  • Ondo State
    • Robert Ajayi Boroffice (APC) – Ondo North
    • Akinyelure Patrick Ayo (PDP) – Ondo Central
    • Nicholas Tofowomo (PDP) – Ondo South
  • Osun State
    • Adelere Adeyemi Oriolowo (APC) – Osun West
    • Fadahunsi Francis Adenigba (PDP) – Osun East
    • Ajibola Basiru (APC) – Osun Central
  • Oyo State
    • Abdulfatai Buhari (APC) – Oyo North
    • Mohammed Kola Balogun (PDP) – Oyo South
    • Teslim Folarin (APC) – Oyo Central
  • Plateau State
    • Istifanus Gyang (PDP) – Plateau North
    • Ignatius Datong Longjan (APC)June 2019-February 2020(Died)- Plateau South. Seat vacant.
    • Dimka Ayuba (APC) – Plateau Central.
  • Rivers State
    • George Thompson Sekibo (PDP) – Rivers East
    • Barry Mpigi (PDP) – Rivers South East
    • Betty Apiafi (PDP) – Rivers West
  • Sokoto State
    • Abdullahi Ibrahim Gobir (APC) – Sokoto East
    • Aliyu Wamakko (APC) – Sokoto North
    • Ibrahim Abdullahi Danbaba (APC) – Sokoto South
  • Taraba State
    • Shuaibu Isa Lau (PDP) – Taraba North
    • Yusuf Abubakar Yusuf (APC) – Taraba Central
    • Emmanuel Bwacha (PDP) – Taraba South
  • Yobe State
    • Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan (APC) – Yobe North
    • Ibrahim Gaidam (APC)- Yobe East
    • Bomai Ibrahim Mohammed (APC) – Yobe South
  • Zamfara State
  •     Lawali Hassan Anka (PDP)- Zamfara West
  •     Hassan Muhammed Gusau (PDP) – Zamfara Central 
  •     Sahabi Alhaji Yaú (PDP) – Zamfara North
Names of Nigerian Senators And Their Constituency

The senators listed above have come from different states and different local governments, some of them listed above were last governors, some have been in the Senate for quite some time now and they have been re-elected again into the system. If you look at this list you will see that Nigeria has 109 senators and they are in charge of making some decisions which Nigeria needs, bills which are being passed into law and others. A lot of these senators earn huge amount of money, many have been ruling since the previous tenur and have been reinstated into the system again, the APC has won in this position as they  have more candidates or senatorial candidates than other parties, the new government have pledged to work with each of these individuals at the different levels of government, because many have complained that nothing has been happening ever since.

   Please note that the abbreviated letters APC, PDP and YPP mean All Progressives Congress, People’s Democratic Party, and Young Progressive Party, respectively. As can be seen from the presentation above, politics in Nigeria has a lot to do with tribal and ethnic affiliations. The penetration of political parties can therefore be broken down roughly into the following. North: APC, South West APC, South South: PDP, South East: PDP. Give or take there are a few exceptions to the rule, and other parties can make incursions into regions that are the strong holds of their rivals, but due to the overwhelming influence of ethnicity and religion, this rule largely stands.    

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In conclusion, we have given you the full list of the newly elected Senators in Nigeria, we believe this article has been helpful and you have gotten important information about the senators in Nigeria.

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