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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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Bayelsa State
Bayelsa is a state in southern Nigeria
Nigeria
in the core Niger Delta
Niger Delta
region, between Delta State
Delta State
and Rivers State. Its capital is Yenagoa. The main language spoken is Ijaw with dialects such as Kolukuma, Epie, Ogbia, Mein, Bomu, Nembe, Epie-Atisa, and Ogbia. Like the rest of Nigeria, English is the official language. The state was formed in 1996 from part of Rivers State
Rivers State
and is thus one of the newest states of the Nigerian federation.Contents1 Economy 2 Geography 3 Notable natives 4 Diaspora 5 Local government areas 6 References 7 External linksEconomy[edit] Bayelsa State
Bayelsa State
has one of the largest crude oil and natural gas deposits in Nigeria. As a result, petroleum production is extensive in the state
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Nigerian Fourth Republic
The Fourth Republic
Republic
is the republican government of Nigeria. Since 1999 it has governed the country according to the fourth republican constitution. It was in many ways a revival of the Second Republic, which was in place between 1979 and 1983 and suffers many of the same problems, such as multiple ministries which made policy planning difficult. Nigeria
Nigeria
adopted the constitution of the Fourth Republic
Republic
on May 29, 1999.Contents1 Founding (1999) 2 Presidents 3 Political parties 4 Constitutional amendments 5 See also 6 Further reading 7 ReferencesFounding (1999)[edit] Following the death of military dictator and de facto ruler of Nigeria, General Sani Abacha
Sani Abacha
in 1998, his successor General Abdusalami Abubakar initiated the transition which heralded Nigeria's return to democratic rule in 1999
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People's Democratic Party (Nigeria)
The People's Democratic Party (PDP) is a major contemporary political party in Nigeria.[2] Its policies generally lie towards the centre-right of the political spectrum.[3] It won every Presidential election between 1999 and 2011, and was until the 2015 elections, the governing party in the Fourth Republic although in some cases, amid a few controversial electoral circumstances.[4] Currently, PDP controls 12 states out of 36 states in Nigeria.[5]Contents1 History 2 Slogans 3 Political ideology3.1 Economic issues 3.2 Social issues4 2015 elections 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] In 1998 the PDP selected former military leader Olusegun Obasanjo
Olusegun Obasanjo
as the presidential candidate in the elections of February 1999, with Atiku Abubakar
Atiku Abubakar
(Governor-Elect of Adamawa State and a former leading member of the Social Democratic Party) as his running mate. The duo went on to win, being sworn-in in May 1999
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Borno
The Nigerian National Assembly
Nigerian National Assembly
delegation from Borno State comprises three Senators and ten Representatives.Contents1 8th Assembly (2015 till date) 2 7th Assembly (2011–2015) 3 6th Assembly (2007–2011) 4 See also 5 References8th Assembly (2015 till date)[edit]Senator Constituency PartyBaba Kaka Bashir Garbai Borno Central APCAbubakar Kyari Borno North APCMohammed Ali Ndume Borno South APCjere 1 all progressive congress/Apc Representative Constituency Party kadir
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Alliance For Democracy (Nigeria)
The Alliance for Democracy was a progressive opposition political party in Nigeria. It was formed on 9 September 1998. At the 2003 legislative elections, 12 April 2003, the party won 8.8% of the popular vote and 34 out of 360 seats in the Nigerian House of Representatives and 18 out of 109 seats in the Nigerian Senate
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All Nigeria Peoples Party
The All Nigeria
Nigeria
Peoples Party (ANPP) was a political party in Nigeria. Under the leadership of Late Chief Edwin Ume-Ezeoke, its candidate in the presidential elections of 19 April 2003, former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, won 32.2% of the vote. Buhari was again the ANPP candidate in the 2007 presidential election, taking second place and about 18% of the vote according to official results.[1] The party assumed a new leadership following its September 2010 National convention in Abuja. A successful convention was held at Eagle Square in Abuja
Abuja
under the leadership of Yobe State
Yobe State
Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Gaidam FNCA,CPA where former Governor of Abia Chief Dr.Christopher ogbunnaya onu has emerged the National Chairman of the party. Other National officers are Hon
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Lagos
The Nigerian National Assembly
Nigerian National Assembly
delegation from Lagos comprises three Senators representing Lagos-Central, Lagos-East, and Lagos-West, and twenty-three Representatives representing Agege, Ajeromi/Ifelodun, Alimosho, Amuwo, Apapa, Badagry, Epe, Eti-Osa, Ibeju-Lekki, Ifako-Ijaiye, Ikeja, Ikorodu
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Jigawa
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Jigawa State comprises three Senators and eleven Representatives. 6th Assembly (2007–2011)[edit] The 6th National Assembly (2007 -2011) was inaugurated on 5 June 2007. The People's Democratic Party (PDP) won all the Senate and House seats. Senators representing Jigawa State in the 6th Assembly were:[1]Senator Constituency PartyAbdulaziz Usman North East PDPIbrahim Saminu Turaki North West PDPMujitaba Mohammed Mallam South West PDPRepresentatives in the 6th Assembly were:[2]Representative Constituency PartyAbba Anas Adamu Birniwa/Guri/Kiri-Kasamma PDPBashir Adamu Kazaure/Roni Gwiwa PDPHussein Namadi Abdulkadir Hadejia/Kafin Hausa PDPIbrahim Chaicai Dutse/Kitawa PDPIbrahim Garba Tankarkar/Gagarawa PDPIbrahim Yusha’u Kanya Babura/Garki PDPMustapha Khabeeb Jahun/Miga PDPSabo Mohammed Nakudu Birnin-Kudu/Buji PDPSafiyanu Taura Ringim/Taur
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Kaduna
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kaduna comprises three Senators representing Kaduna Central Kaduna North, and Kaduna South, and fifteen Representatives representing Birnin-Gwari/Giwa, Lere, Zangon Kataf/Jaba, Jema'a/Sanga, Kaura, Kauru, Igabi, Chikun/Kajuru, Kachia/Kagarko, Kaduna South, Makarfi/Kudan, Ikara/Kubau, Kaduna North, Soba, Zaria Federal. Fourth Republic[edit] The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator Aruwa Muktar Ahmed M
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Kano
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kano comprises three Senators and fifteen Representatives (down from twenty three in 1999). They form the legislature of Kano State, Nigeria.Contents1 8th Assembly (2015–2019) 2 6th Assembly (2007–2011) 3 The 4th Assembly (1999–2003) 4 References8th Assembly (2015–2019)[edit] The 8th National Assembly was Inaugurated on 9 June 2015. This is first time in the history of Kano Politics where no other party including the People's Democratic Party has not won any seat in the Senate or the House of Representatives. Senators Representing Kano in the 8th National AssemblySenator Constituency Party NotesDr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso Kano Central APCJibrin I Barau Kano North APCKabiru Ibrahim Gaya Kano South APCHouse of RepresentativesHon Members Constituency Party NotesAliyu Sani Madakin Gini Dala APCDr
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Katsina
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Katsina comprises three Senators representing Katsina South, Katsina Central, and Katsina North, and fifteen Representatives representing Kaita/Jibia, Malum Fashi/Kafur, Daura/Sandamu/Mai'Adua, Funtua/Dandume, Dutsin-ma/Kurfi, Mashi/Dvisi, Mani/Bindawa, Bakori/Danja, Kankia/Ingawa/Kusada, Safana/Batsari/Dan-Musa, Musawa/Matazu, Rimi/Charanchi/Batagarawa, Baure/Zango,Kankara/Sabuwa/Faskari, and Katsina Central. Fourth Republic[edit] The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)[edit]Office Name Party ConstituencySenator Mohammed Tukur Liman PDP Katsina SouthSenator Mamman Samaila PDP Katsina CentralSenator Abdul Yandomah PDP Katsina NorthRepresentative Abdullahi Musa Nuhu PDP Kaita/JibiaRepresentative Aminu Bello Musari PDP Malum Fashi/KafurRepresentative Daura AdamuSaidu PDP Daura/Sandamu/Mai'AduaRepresentative Funtua Lawal Ibrahim PDP Funtua/DandumeRepresentative Makera Sabiu Hassan PDP Du
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Kebbi
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kebbi State comprises three Senators and eight Representatives. 6th Assembly (2007–2011)[edit] The 6th National Assembly (2007–2011) was inaugurated on 5 June 2007
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Kogi
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kogi comprises three Senators representing Kogi Central, Kogi East, and Kogi West, and nine Representatives representing Adaui/Okehi, Ijumu/Kabba-Bunu, Idah/Ofu/Ibaji/Igala-Lamela-Odolu, Bassa/Dekina, Ankpa Olamaboro Omala, Lokoja/Kogi/KK, Yagba East/West/Mopa-muro, Ajaokuta, and Okene/Ogori/Magongo.Contents1 Fourth Republic1.1 8th Assembly (2015 - present) 1.2 7th Assembly (2011 - 2015) 1.3 6th Assembly (2007 - 2011) 1.4 4th Assembly (1999 - 2003)2 ReferencesFourth Republic[edit] 8th Assembly (2015 - present)[edit]Senator Constituency PartyAtai Usman Kogi East PDPAhmed Ogembe Kogi Central PDPDino Melaye Kogi West APCRepresentative Constituency PartyAjanah Kabir Adavi/Okehi APCHassan Omale Ankpa/Omala/Olamaboro APCKarim Sunday Steve Yagba East/Yagba West/Mopa-muro PDPIkani Okolo Dekina/Bassa APCEgwu Emmanuel Idah/Ibaji/Igalamela/Ofu PDP
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Kwara
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kwara comprises three Senators representing Kwara Central, Kwara South, and Kwara North, and six Representatives representing Baruten/Kaiama, Ekiti/Isin/Irepodun/Oke-ero, Asa/Ilorin West, Ilorin East/South, Offa/Oyun/Ifelodun, and Edu/Moro/Patigi. Fourth Republic[edit] The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator Adebayo SalmanIs'haq PDP Kwara Central 1999–2003Senator Ajadi Suleiman Makanjuola ANPP Kwara South 1999–2003Senator Zuruq Nneka PDP Kwara North 1999–2003Representative Isa IbrahimBio ANPP Baruten/Kaiama 1999–2003Representative Bola Oni Bashir ANPP Ekiti/Isin/Irepodun/Oke-ero 1999–2003Representative Saraki-Fowora Rukayat Gbemisola ANPP Asa/Ilorin West 1999–2003Representative Sarouk Farouk Abdul Wahab ANPP Ilorin East/South 1999–2003Representative Shittu Rauf Kolawole ANPP Offa/Oyun/Ifelodun 1999–2003Representati
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