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Anyim Pius Anyim
Anyim Pius Anyim (born 19 February 1961) is a Nigerian politician who served as the President of Nigerian senate and was the immediate-past Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF).[1] He was elected as national Senator on the People's Democratic Party (PDP) platform in 1999 for the Ebonyi South constituency of Ebonyi State. He was appointed Senate President in August 2000.Contents1 Background 2 Senate career 3 Later career 4 ReferencesBackground[edit] Anyim was born on 19 February 1961 in Ishiagu, a dominantly Catholic community in the Ivo Local Government Area of Ebonyi State. He attended Ishiagu High School (St. John Bosco), the Federal School of Arts and Science, Aba and later, Imo State
Imo State
University, Uturu (1983–1987). For his Youth Service he served as the Co-ordinator, Youth Mobilisation Programme in Sokoto State
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Bayelsa
The Nigerian National Assembly
Nigerian National Assembly
delegation from Bayelsa comprises three Senators representing Bayelsa Central, Bayelsa East, and Bayelsa West, and five Representatives representing Sagbama/ekeremor, Ogbia, Southern Ijaw, Bayelsa Central, and Brass/Nembe.Contents1 Fourth Republic1.1 6th Assembly (2007 - 2011) 1.2 4th Assembly (1999 - 2003)2 ReferencesFourth Republic[edit] 6th Assembly (2007 - 2011)[edit]SenatorConstituencyPartyNimi Barigha-AmangeBayelsa EastPDPPaul EmmanuelBayelsa CentralPDPHeineken LokpobiriBayelsa WestPDPRepresentativeConstituencyPartyWarman W. OgoribaYenagoa/K/OpokumaPDPClever M
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Imo State
Imo is one of the 36 states of Nigeria
Nigeria
and lies in the South East of Nigeria. Owerri
Owerri
is its capital and largest city. Its other major cities are Orlu and Okigwe
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Bauchi
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Bauchi comprises three Senators representing Bauchi Central, Bauchi South, Bauchi North and twelve Representatives representing Misan/Dambam, Zaki, Katagum, Bogoro, Gamawa, Jama'are, Bauchi, Darazu/Ganjuma, Ningi/Wanji, Alkaleri/Kirfi, Shira/Giade, and Toro.Contents1 Fourth Republic1.1 The 7th Parliament (2011 - 2015) 1.2 The 8th Parliament (2015 till date)2 ReferencesFourth Republic[edit] The 7th Parliament (2011 - 2015)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator Ibrahim Musa APC Bauchi South 2011–2015Senator Ahmed Ningi APC Bauchi Central 2011–2015Senator Babaye Garba APC Bauchi North 2011–2015Representative Ahmed Misau PDP Misan/Dambam 2011–2015Representative Auwal Jatau ANPP Zaki 2011–2015Representative Saleh Dahiru APC Katagum 2011–2015Representative Yakubu Dogara PDP Bogoro/Dass/Tafawa Balewa 2011–2015Representative Ah
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Anambra
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Anambra comprises three Senators representing Anambra Central, Anambra South, and Anambra North, and eleven Representatives representing Anambra East/West, Anaocha/Njikoka/Dunukofia, Aguta, Nnewi North/South/Ekwusigo, Onitsha North/South, Awka North/South, Orumba North/South, Ihiala, Oyi/Ayamelum, Idemili North/South, and Ogbaru.Contents1 Fourth Republic1.1 The 8th Assembly (2015 - 2019) 1.2 The 7th Assembly (2011 - 2015) 1.3 The 6th Assembly (2007 - 2011) 1.4 The 5th Assembly (2003 - 2007) 1.5 The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)2 ReferencesFourth Republic[edit] The 8th Assembly (2015 - 2019)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator Victor Umeh APGA Anambra Central 2018–2019Senator Emmanuel Nnamdi Uba PDP Anambra South 2015–2019Senator Stella Oduah-Ogiemwonyi PDP Anambra North 2015–2019Representative Peter Maduebezie APC Anambra East/West 2015–2019Repr
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Udoma Udo Udoma
Udo may refer to:Contents1 People1.1 Medieval era 1.2 Modern era2 Places 3 Other uses 4 See alsoPeople[edit] Medieval era[edit] Udo of Neustria, 9th century nobleman Udo (Obotrite prince) (died 1028) Udo (archbishop of Trier) (c. 1030-1078) Lothair Udo II, Margrave of the Nordmark (c
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Akwa Ibom
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Akwa Ibom comprises three Senators representing Akwa Ibom North-East, Akwa Ibom North-West, Akwa Ibom South and ten Representatives representing Ukanafun/Orukanam, Etinan, Itu/Ibiono Ibom, Eket, Ikot Ekpene/ Essien Udim/ Ubot Akara, Abak, Ikono/ Ini, Oron/Mbo/Okobo/UrueOffong/Oruko/Udung-Uko, Ikot Abasi, Uyo/Uruan/Nsit and Ata/Ibeskip Asutan.Contents1 Fourth Republic1.1 The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003) 1.2 5th Parliament (2003 - 2007) 1.3 6th Parliament (2007 - 2011) 1.4 7th Parliament (2011 - 2015) 1.5 8th Parliament (2015 - 2019)2 ReferencesFourth Republic[edit] The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator Akpanudo-Edehe John James PDP Akwa Ibom North-East 1999–2003Senator Emmanuel Ibok Essien PDP Akwa Ibom North-West 1999–2003Senator Udo Udoma PDP Akwa Ibom South 1999–2003Representative Akpan Eno Sampson PDP Ukanafun/Orukanam
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Adamawa
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Adamawa comprises three Senators representing Adamawa North, Adamawa Central, and Adamawa South, and eight Representatives representing Jada/Ganye/Mayo-Belwa/Toungo, Guyuk/Shelleng, Hong/Gombi, Mubi N/Mu S/Maiha, Fufore/Song, Yola North/Yoal South/Girei, Demsa/Numan/Lamurde, and michika/gulak/Madagali.Contents1 Fourth Republic1.1 The 8th Assembly (2015 till date) 1.2 The 7th Assembly (2011-2015)2 ReferencesFourth Republic[edit] The 8th Assembly (2015 till date)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator Binta Garba APC Adamawa North 2015–till dateSenator Abdul-aziz Nyako APC Adamawa Central 2015–till dateSenator Ahmad Abubakar APC Adamawa South 2015–till dateRepresentative Abdulrazak Namdas APC Jada/Ganye/Mayo Belwa/Toungo 2015–till dateRepresentative Philip Ahmad APC Guyuk/Shelleng 2015–till dateRepresentative Yusuf Buba APC Hong/Gombi 2015
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Abia
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Abia comprises three Senators representing Abia-Central, Abia-South, and Abia-North, and eight Representatives representing Ikwuano/Umuahia North/South, Bende, Isuikwato/Umunneochi, Arochukwu/Ohafia, Aba North/South, Ukwa East/Ukwa West, Isiala Ngwa North/South and Obingwa/Osisioma/Ugbunagbo.Contents1 Fourth Republic1.1 The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003) 1.2 The 5th Parliament (2003 - 2007) 1.3 The 6th Parliament (2007 - 2011) 1.4 The 7th Parliament (2011 - 2015) 1.5 The 8th Parliament (2015 - present)2 NotesFourth Republic[edit] The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)[edit] The senators[1] and representatives[citation needed] of the 4th parliament were:OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator John Nwannu ANPP Abia-Central 1999–2003Senator Adolphus Wabara PDP Abia-South 1999–2003Senator Ike Nwachukwu PDP Abia-North 1999–2003Representative Iheanacho Obioma PDP Ikwuano/Umua
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Nigerian Senators Of The 4th National Assembly
Nigerians
Nigerians
or Nigerian people are citizens of Nigeria
Nigeria
or people with ancestry from Nigeria.[8]
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Bukola Saraki
Abubakar Bukola Saraki (born December 19, 1962) is a Nigerian politician who has been President of the Nigeria's Senate since 2015. Previously he was Governor of Kwara State
Governor of Kwara State
from 2003 to 2011
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Ameh Ebute
Ameh Ebute (born May 16, 1946, Benue State) is a Nigerian lawyer and politician. He was the President of the Nigerian Senate during the end of the third republic.[1][2][3][4][5] References[edit]^ Powered by DMflex WebGen – www.dmflex.com (2010-08-06). "Time for Minorities to Rule Nigeria, Say Clark, Ebute, Articles". Thisday Live. Retrieved 2014-08-18.  ^ "Tambuwal Is A Traitor, He's Plotting To Become APC's Presidential Candidate – Ameh Ebute • Naija Center News". Naijacenter.com. 2014-04-18. Retrieved 2014-08-18.  ^ "Read Ex-Senate President, Ameh Ebute's letter to OBJ - Vanguard News". Vanguardngr.com. 2013-12-21. Retrieved 2014-08-18.  ^ " Ameh Ebute And The Goodluck Jonathan Travesty". Thenigerianvoice.com. 2010-07-08. Retrieved 2014-08-18.  ^ "Ameh Ebute". NigerianWiki. Retrieved 2014-08-18. This article about a Nigerian politician is a stub
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Adolphus Wabara
Adolf, also spelled Adolph and sometimes Latinised to Adolphus, is a given name used in German-speaking countries, in Scandinavia, in the Netherlands
Netherlands
and Flanders
Flanders
and to a lesser extent in various Central European countries. Adolphus can also appear as a surname, as in John Adolphus, the English historian. The name is a compound derived from the Old High German
Old High German
Athalwolf, a composition of athal, or adal, meaning noble, and wolf; compare Rudolf
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The Nation (Nigeria)
The Nation is a daily newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria. According to a 2009 survey it was the second-most-read newspaper in Nigeria, and this result was repeated in a 2011 report by The Advertisers' Association of Nigeria
Nigeria
(ADVANS).[2] The paper's website says it stands for freedom, justice and the market economy. Its target audience is the business and political elite, the affluent, the educated and the upwardly mobile.[3] The Nation has printing plants in Lagos, Abuja
Abuja
and Port Harcourt.[4] The newspaper covers business and economy, public policies, the democratic process and institutions of democracy, sports, arts and culture.[5] The newspaper became the first of its kind to gain nationwide circulation across the 36 states of Nigeria within 2 years of operation
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Goodluck Jonathan
Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan GCFR GCON (born 20 November 1957)[1] is a former President of Nigeria, having served from 2010 to 2015
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Vincent Ogbulafor
Vincent Eze Ogbulafor (born 1949) is the former Chairman of the ruling People's Democratic Party of Nigeria. Prior to this post, he was National Secretary of the party.[1] He resigned his appointment as the chair after he was charged for an alleged financial recklessness while serving as a minister.[2] He is a Prince of Olokoro, Umuahia South, the local government of Abia State.[1] References[edit]^ a b "The Burden Vincent Ogbulafor Doesn't Deserve". Thisday. 26 October 2002. Retrieved 17 May 2011.  ^ "Ogbulafor Resigns". allafrica.com. 13 May 2010. Retrieved 17 May 2011. This article about a Nigerian politician is a stub
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