List Of Senators Who Will Not Return In 2023

List Of Senators Who Will Not Return In 2023

By Abdulateef Bamgbose

As the year 2023 draws nearer, some Senators will not return to the Red Chambers because most of them either lost their party ticket during the primary elections and so cannot contest in the main elections or relinquished their senatorial seats to seek higher positions.

Below is full list of the affected lawmakers:

Ahmed Lawan – Yobe North

Ike Ekweremadu – Enugu West

 Ibikunle Amosun – Ogun Central

Ajayi Boroffice – Ondo North

Rochas Okorocha – Imo West

Deputy Senate President Ovie Omo-Agege

Taraba Senator Emmanuel Bwacha

Senator Uba Sani – Kaduna Central

Aishatu Dahiru of Adamawa

Teslim Folarin – Oyo North

Sandy Onor – Cross River Central

Nora Daduut of Plateau South

Theodore Orji of Abia Central

Oluremi Tinubu of Lagos Central

Dimka Hezekiah – Plateau Central

Gyang Istifanus – Plateau North

Smart Adeyemi – Kogi West

Yakubu Oseni – Kogi Central

Sabi Abdullahi – Niger North

Godiya Akwashiki – Nasarawa North

Ibrahim Oloriegbe – Kwara Central

Orker-Jev Emmanuel – Benue North West

Yusuf Yusuf – Taraba Central

Amos Bulus – Gombe South

Ayo Akinyelure – Ondo Central

Nicholas Tofowomo – Ondo South

Tolu Odebiyi – Ogun West

Matthew Urhoghide – Edo South

Gershom Bassey – Cross River South

James Manager – Delta South

George Sekibo – Rivers East

Betty Apiafi – Rivers West

Albert Bassey – Akwa Ibom North East

Chris Ekpenyong – Akwa Ibom North West

Hadejia Ibrahim – Jigawa North East

Sankara Abubakar – Jigawa North West

Mohammed Nakudu – Jigawa South West

Bello Mandiya – Katsina South

Barkiya Kabir – Katsina Central

Lawali Anka – Zamfara West

Danjumah La’ah – Kaduna South

Moses Cleopas – Bayelsa Central

Mohammed Bulkachuwa – Bauchi North

Chukwuka Utazi – Enugu North

Kola Balogun – Oyo South


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