FULL LIST of 72 Non-serving Senators Who Have Endorsed Akpabio for Senate Presidency


About 72 non-serving senators have endorsed Godswill Akpabio to become the next Senate President, according to Punch.

This is coming after Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, projected Akpabio as the next senate president.

A former senator representing Kano Central, Basheer Lado, in a press conference in Abuja on Monday,  on behalf of the group expressed support for the zoning of the position of the president of the 10th senate, to the south-south geo-political zone of Nigeria


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“We, in the spirit of equity, fairness, political expediency and following extensive consultations with stakeholders, hereby express our total support for the zoning of the position of the president of the 10th senate, to the south-south geo-political zone of Nigeria,”he said.

“We also affirm our unfettered support for the position of the president of the 10th Senate who also doubles as the chairman of the national assembly to be conferred on His Excellency, Distinguished Senator Godswill Obot Akpabio, CON.

He added that the position of senate president represents the third position in the hierarchy of our current democratic dispensational and that this position “carries considerable weight in discharging vital constitutional responsibilities and charting the right course for our national development.”

“It is also important that the holder of such a position enjoys the confidence and support of the party leadership and that of his peers as Senator Godswill Akpabio undoubtedly does.

“With this same spirit of fairness, we also affirm our solid support that the position of deputy president of the 10th senate is conceded to distinguished senator Barau I. Jubril, CON, representing Kano north senatorial zone, Kano state.”

Amidst all the support received from some persons in the All Progressives Congress, Akpabio has not formally declared his intention to run for the presidency seat.

See the list of the senators here:

Ben Ayade

George Akume

Basheer Lado

Rilwan Akanbi

Barnabas Gemade​​​​

Grace Bent

Binta Masi Garba

Ayogu Eze

Andy Uba

Ibrahim Ida

Olorunnimbe Mamora​​

Anthony Adeniyi​​​

Ganiyu Solomon​​​

Gbenga Obadara​​​

Gbenga Kaka​​​

Musiliu Obanikoro​​​

Arise Ayo​​​​

Felix Kolawole Bajomo​​

Hassain Mudashiru​​​

Domingo Obende​​​

Wilson Ake​​​​

Ita Enang​​​​

Heineken Lokpobiri​​

Clever Ikisikpo

Ita Giwa

Ibrahim Musa​​​

Alex Kadiri​​​​

Ocheja Emma Dangana

Jibriu Wowo

Isa Maina

Mohammed Ohiare​​

Abubakar Sodangi

Joseph Akaagerger​​

Jack Tilley Gyado​​​

Abubakar Tutare​​​

Bello Tukur​​​​

Ahmed Barata​​​​

Abba Aji​​​​​

Mohammed A. Mohammed​​

Umar Idris​​​​​

Adamu Talba​​​​

Sidi Ali​​​​​

Timothy Adudu​​​​

Ishaq Adebayo Salman​​​

Akin Odunsi​​​​​

Seye Ogunlewe​​​​​

Fatima Raji Rasaki​​​

Lanre Tejuoso​​​​

Nkechi Nwaogu​​​​

Margery Chuba Okadigbo

Mohammed Saleh​​​

Sani Kanba​​​​​

Abubakar Abdullahi Naamo​​

Danladi Sankara

Mohammed Ibrahim​

Sola Adeyeye

Anthony Agbo​​​

Ikechukwu Obior

Chris Adighije​​​

Emma Anosike​​​​

Jalo Zarami

Alkali Jajere

Oladipo Odujinrin

Mohammed Alkali

Sunday Ogbuoji

Abu Ibrahim

Bello Maitama

Saddiq Yar’adua

Jide Omoworare

Anthony Manzo

Aminu Inuwa

Magnus Abeh

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