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2023: Meet The Four Long Serving Senators That Could Succeed Senate President Ahmad Lawan

By Kufreboy | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 21320 views

In this post, I will be presenting to you, the four long-serving senators that could succeed Senate President Ahmad Lawan.1. Enyinnaya Harcourt Abaribe

He is a politician, who is currently serving as a senator representing the good people of the Abia-South Senatorial District in the Nigerian Senate, under the platform of the People Democratic Party.

He attended his secondary education in the government college umuahia.

he also holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics, from the University of Benin, Edo state.

He is also the minority leader in the Nigerian Senate.

2. Philip Tanimu

Philip Tanimu is a senator representing the Abuja Federal Capital Territory in the Nigerian senate.

He is a member of the People Democratic Party.

He graduated from the University of Jos, with a Diploma degrees in Social works and social development. 

He has previously worked as the Managing Director of Aduda Nigeria Limited.

3. Ali Ndume

Ali Ndume is a politician, who is currently serving as a senator representing Borno South's senatorial district in the Nigerian senate.

He attended his primary education at Gadamayo Primary School in Gwoza, then proceeded to Comprehensive Secondary School Mubi, Adamawa state, for his secondary education.

He gains for himself an OND and HND degrees in marketing, from the Kaduna Polytechnic.

4. Ike EkweremaduIke Ekweremadu is a senator representing Enugu West Senatorial District.

He studied at the University of Nigeria, where he graduated with a Bachelors's and master's degree in Law.

He has previously served as the deputy Senate President in the Nigerian Senate

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