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Defection Aftermath: Names Of Senators Remaining In APC (FULL LIST)



Lagoslately has gotten the list of Senators still remaining in the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, following the mass defection that hit the party in the Senate on Tuesday.

Below is the full list of 53 senators still in the ruling party:

Adamu Aliero(Kebbi)
Yahaya Abdullahi(Kebbi)
Bala Ibn Na’Allah(Kebbi)
Aliyu Wammako(Sokoto)

Ibrahim Gobir(Sokoto)

Ahmed Yerima(Zamfara)
Kabir Marafa(Zamfara)

Tijjani Kaura(Zamfara)
Abu Ibrahim(Katsina)
Umar Kurfi(Katsina)
Kabir Gaya(Kano)
Barau Jibrin(Kano)
Abdullahi Gumel(Jigawa)

Sabo Mohammed(Jigawa)
Shehu Sani(Kaduna)
Ahmed Lawan(Yobe)
Bukar Abba Ibrahim(Yobe)
Ali Ndume(Borno)
Abu Kyari(Borno)
Baba Kaka Garbai(Borno)
Sabi Abdullahi(Niger)
David Umar(Niger)
Mustapha Muhammed(Niger)
Abdullahi Adamu(Nasarawa)
George Akume(Benue)
Joshua Dariye(Plateau)

Francis Alimikhena(Edo)

Andrew Uchendu(Rivers)

Magnus Abe(Rivers)
Ovie Omo-Agege(Delta)
John Enoh(Cross River)

Nelson Effiong(Akwa Ibom)

Andy Uba(Anambra)
Sonni Ogbuoji(Ebonyi)
Hope Uzodinma(Imo)
Ben Uwajimogu(Imo)

Danjuma Goje(Gombe)
Binta Masi Garba(Adamawa)
Ahmed Abubakar(Adamawa)
Yusuf A. Yusuf(Taraba)
Oluremi Tinubu(Lagos)

Gbenga Ashafa(Lagos)

Solomon Adeola(Lagos)

Tayo Alasoadura(Ondo)

Gbolahan Dada(Ogun)
Soji Akanbi(Oyo)
Abdulfatai Buhari(Oyo)
Ajayi Boroffice(Ondo)
Yele Omogunwa(Ondo)
Babajide Omoworare(Osun)

Sola Adeyeye(Osun)
Fatimat Raji-Rasaki(Ekiti)

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