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Suleiman Adokwe
Suleiman Asonya Adokwe (born 15 February 1954) was elected Senator for the Nasarawa South constituency of Nasarawa State, Nigeria, taking office on 29 May 2007. He is a member of the People's Democratic Party (PDP).[1] He is ethnically a member of the Alago nation, an Idomoid ethnic group.[2] Background[edit] Adokwe earned a bachelor's degree In Sociology, Master's degree In Labour Studies and bachelor's degree In Law, and is a Barrister At Law
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Incumbent
The incumbent is the current holder of a political office. This term is usually used in reference to elections, in which races can often be defined as being between an incumbent and non-incumbent(s). For example, in the Hungarian presidential election, 2017, János Áder was the incumbent, because he had been the president in the term before the term for which the election sought to determine the president
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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 Ebonyi
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Ebonyi State comprises three Senators and six Representatives.Contents1 7th Assembly (2011–2015) 2 6th Assembly (2007–2011) 3 See also 4 References7th Assembly (2011–2015)[edit] The 7th National Assembly (2011 -2015) was inaugurated on 6 June 2011. Senators representing Ebonyi State in the 7th Assembly were:[1]Senator Constituency PartySEN. NWANKWO Chris Chukwuma Ebonyi North People's Democratic Party ( PDP )SEN. OGBUOJI Sonni Ebonyi South People's Democratic Party ( PDP )SEN. NWAGU Igwe Paulinus Ebonyi Central People's Democratic Party ( PDP )Representatives in the 6th Assembly were:[2]Representative Constituency PartyHON. OKWURU Chukwuemeka Tobias Ikwo/Ezza South People's Democratic Party (PDP)HON. PETER Oge Ali Ohaukwu/Ebonyi People's Democratic Party (PDP)HON. PETER Edeh Onyemaechi Ezza North/Ishielu All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP)HON
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Delta
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Delta comprises three Senators representing Delta Central, Delta South, Delta North and ten Representatives representing Ethiope, Ughelli North/South/Udu, Ndokwa/Ukwani, Opke/Sapele/Uvwie, Isoko North/South, Burutu, Warri, Ika, Aniocha North/South, and Bomadi/Patani. Fourth Republic[edit] The 4th Parliament (2012 - 2014)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator Brume Fred Aghogho PDP Delta Central 1999–2003Senator Omu Stella PDP Delta South 1999–2003Senator Osakwe Patrick PDP Delta North 1999–2007Representative Agoda John Halim Ochuko ANPP Ethiope 1999–2003Representative Aguariavwodo Emmanuel Edesiri ANPP Ughelli North/South/Udu 1999–2003Representative Almona-Isei Mercy PDP Ndokwa/Ukwani 1999–2003Representative Dumi GabrielM. PDP Opke/Sapele/Uvwie 1999–2003Representative Efekodha Anthony Onomuefe PDP Isoko North/South 1999–2003Representative Emibra
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Cross River
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Cross River comprises three Senators representing Cross River North, Cross River South, and Cross River Central, and eight Representatives representing Calabar Munincipal/Odukpani, Ogoja/Iyala, Ikom/Boki, Yakurr/Abi, Bekwarra/Obudu/Obanliku, Akpabuyo/Bakassi/Calabar South, Akamkpa/biase, and Obubra/ Etung. Fourth Republic[edit] The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator []] PDP Cross River North 1999–2003Senator Florence Ita-Giwa ANPP Cross River South 1999–2003Senator ETURA EZEKIEL PDP Cross River Central 1999–2003Representative Asuquo Nya Eyoma ANPP Calabar Munincipal/Odukpani 1999–2003Representative Igbodor Peter Leja ANPP Ogoja/Yala 1999–2003Representative Nyambi Alobi Odey PDP Ikom/Boki 1999–2003Representative Obeten Obeten Okon PDP Yakurr/Abi 1999–2003Representative Ogar Mike O. ANPP Bekwarra/Obudu/Obanliku 1999–2003
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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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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Benue
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Benue comprises three Senators representing Benue South, Benue North-East, and Benue North-West, and ten Representatives representing Apa/Aguta, Kwande/Ushongo, Igede, Vandeikya/Konshisha, Buruku, Ado/Ogbadigba/Opkokwu, Katsina-Ala/Ukum/Logo, Gboko/Tarka, and Makurdi/Guma.Contents1 Fourth Republic1.1 The 8th Parliament (2015 till date) 1.2 The 7th Parliament (2011 - 2015) 1.3 The 4th Parliament (1999 - 2003)2 ReferencesFourth Republic[edit] The 8th Parliament (2015 till date)[edit]OFFICE NAME PARTY CONSTITUENCY TERMSenator David Mark PDP Benue South 2015–till dateSenator Barnabas GemadeBenue North-East 2015–till dateSenator George AkumeBenue North-West 2015–till dateRepresentative Ochepo Adamu PDP Apa/Aguta 2015–till dateRepresentative Iorember Wayo APC Kwande/Ushongo 2015–till dateRepresentativeIgede 2015–till dateRe
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Nigerian National Assembly Delegation From Bayelsa
The 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]Senator Constituency PartyNimi Barigha-Amange Bayelsa East PDPPaul Emmanuel Bayelsa Central PDPHeineken Lokpobiri Bayelsa West PDPRepresentative Constituency PartyWarman W. Ogoriba Yenagoa/K/Opokuma PDPClever M
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Nasarawa State
Nasarawa is a state in north central Nigeria. Its capital is Lafia.Contents1 History 2 Geography 3 Local Government Areas 4 Economy 5 Education 6 Tourism 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit] Nasarawa was created on 1 October 1996 by the Abacha government from the (today neighboring) Plateau State.[4] Geography[edit] Nasarawa State
Nasarawa State
is bounded in the north by Kaduna State, in the west by the Abuja Federal Capital Territory, in the south by Kogi and Benue States and in the east by Taraba and Plateau States. A network of roads exist within the state, linking all rural areas and major towns
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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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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 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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Congress For Progressive Change
The Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) was a political party founded in Nigeria
Nigeria
in 2009 in preparation for the April 2011 elections.[1] It was the 63rd political party to be founded in the country and also the most recent political party to be registered in Nigeria.[3] In February 2013 the party merged with the Action Congress of Nigeria, the All
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Nigeria
The Federal Republic
Republic
of Nigeria, commonly referred to as Nigeria (/naɪˈdʒɪəriə/ ( listen)), is a federal republic in West Africa, bordering Benin
Benin
in the west, Chad
Chad
and Cameroon
Cameroon
in the east, and Niger
Niger
in the north. Its coast in the south lies on the Gulf of Guinea
Guinea
in the Atlantic Ocean. It comprises 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja
Abuja
is located. Nigeria
Nigeria
is officially a democratic secular country.[6] Nigeria
Nigeria
has been home to a number of kingdoms and tribal states over the millennia
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Abuja
Abuja
Abuja
(/əˈbuːdʒə/)[4] is the capital city of Nigeria
Nigeria
located in the centre of the country within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). It is a planned city and was built mainly in the 1980s,[5] replacing the country's most populous city of Lagos
Lagos
as the capital on 12 December 1991. Abuja's geography is defined by Aso Rock, a 400-metre (1,300 ft) monolith left by water erosion. The Presidential Complex, National Assembly, Supreme Court and much of the city extend to the south of the rock. Zuma Rock, a 792-metre (2,598 ft) monolith, lies just north of the city on the expressway to Kaduna. At the 2006 census, the city of Abuja
Abuja
had a population of 776,298,[6] making it one of the ten most populous cities in Nigeria
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