STAR LIST: Nominated delegates to the Nigerian National Conference



 

STAR LIST:  Nominated  delegates to the Nigerian National Conference

 

 

March 7, 2014

 

Summary:

 

1.  494 delegates (not 492 as previously announced); added are Historical Society of Nigeria and RTEAN delegates

 

2.  In addition, 3 persons have been added to the Secretariat (Asst. Secretares for, Conference Proceedings; Finance & Administration;  Media and Communications)

 

 

3.  Ten (10) delegates are yet to be nominated, including the two  (2) APC party delegates, one (1) from the  Academy of Social Sciences, and seven (7) Women (Muslim Leaders (1), Former Governors (1), and one each from the five states of Delta, Edo, Oyo, Rivers and Yobe States)

 

4.  Some of the names previously announced, particularly by some governors, did not make the list.

 

5.  There are quite some interesting names on the list, with some head-shaking consequences.

 

And there you have it.

 

 

Bolaji Aluko

 

 

 

S/N

Stakeholders

Number

Of Delegates

Specifications

Nominator

Names

1 Elder Statesmen

37

One per state and the FCT President ELDER STATESMEN1.         Dr. Tunji Braithwaite

2.         Chief Ayo Adebanjo

3.         Chief Richard Akinjide

4.         Chief Olu Falae

5.         Erelu Olusola Obada

6.         Chief Afe Babalola, SAN

7.         General Ike Nwachukwu

8.         Iyom Josephine Anenih

9.         Senator Jim Nwobodo

10.       Chief Mike Ahamba, SAN

11.       Senator Azu Agboti

12.       Chief Peter Odili

13.       King Alfred Diete Spiff

14.       Edwin K. Clark

15.       Daisy Danjuma

16.       Prof. Evara Ejemot Esu, OFR

17.       Chief Nduese Esiene

18.       Prof. Ambrose Okwoli

19.       Alhaji Abdulahi Ohoimah

20.       Prof. Ibrahim Gambari

21.       Mr. Dogara Mark Ogbole

22.       Prof. Jerry Gana

23.       Gen. Jonathan Temlong

24.       Prof. Jubril Aminu

25.       Alhaji Ahmadu Adamu Muazu

26.       Arc. Ibrahim Bunu

27.       Amb. Yerima Abdullahi

28.       Mr. John Mamman

29.       Alhaji Adamu Waziri

30.       Alhaji Umaru Musa Zandan

31.       Prof. Mohammed Jumari

32.       Mallam Tanko Yakassai

33.       Senator Ibrahim Idah

34.       Hon. Justice Usman Mohammed Argungu

35.       Prof. Sambo Jinadu

36.       Ishia Aliyu Gusau

37.       General A. B. Mamman

2 Retired Military and Security Personnel

18

One delegate per geopolitical zone each from the Military, Police, State Security and National Intelligence Agency Stakeholders RETIRED ARMY, NAVY & AIR FORCE OFFICERS (RANAO) ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (ARPON)1.         Gen. Zamani Lekwot

2.         Maj. Gen. Alex Mshelbwala

3.         Rear Adm CS Ehanmo

4.         Brig. Gen. (Barr.) DO Idada-Ikponmwen

5.         Group Capt Ohadomere

6.         Gen. Raji Rasaki

(ii)                ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED POLICE OFFICERS OF NIGERIA (ARPON)

1.         R. O. Osanaiye, AIG (rtd)

2.         Alh. (Barr.) Mamman Misau, AIG (rtd)

3.         Alhaji Bashiru Albasu,  AIG (rtd.)

4.         Chief (Barr.) Nicholas Duru Nkemdeme, CP (rtd)

5.         Barr. J. I. Ebinum, DCP (rtd)

6.         Barr. Samuel Adetuyi, CP (rtd)

(iii)              RETIRED STATE SECURITY AND NIA OFFICERS

1.         Chief Jeremiah Okwuonu

2.         A. K. Horsfall

3.         Mr. Iliya Danga

4.         Chief Babatunde Ala

5.         Amb. B. M. Sani

6.         Amb. J. K. Shinkaiye

3 Traditional Rulers

13

Two per geo-political zone and one from the FCT Stakeholders 1.         His Royal Highness, Alh. Dr. Zayyanu Abdullahi, Emir of Yauri2.         His Royal Highness, Alh. (Dr.) Nuhu Mohammed Sanusi, Emir of Dutse

3.         His Royal Highness, Dr. Muhammadu Barkindo Mustapha, CFR, Lamido of Adamawa

4.         His Royal Highness, Alh. Abdullahi Ibn Muhammad Askirama III, Emir of Askira

5.         His Royal Highness, Alh. Sulu Gambari, CFR, Emir of Ilorin

6.         His Royal Highness, Elder Jacob Gyang Buba, Gbong Gwom Jos

7.         His Royal Majesty, Oba Michael Gbadebo Adedeji, JP, CON, Ariyowonye Lim Owaoye of Okemesi

8.         His Royal Majesty, Oba Arc. Aderemi A. Adedapo, Alayemore of Ido Osun, Coordinator

9.         His Royal Highness,  Eze (Dr) Cletus I. Illomuanya, Obi of Obinugwu

10.       His Royal Highness, Eze Elder Agom Eze, OON

11.       His Royal Highness, Dr. Edmund Daukuro, FNSE, Amanyanabo of Nembe Kingdom

12.       His Royal Highness, Chief Nosakhare Isekhure, Chief Priest of Benin Kingdom

13.       HRM Ismail Danlami Mohammed, Sarki of Karshi

4 Retired Civil Servants

6

One per geo-zone Stakeholders 1.         Engr. Ebele O. Okeke2.         Dr. Edet A. Ekerendu

3.         Mr. Akin Arikawe

4.         Chief Robert Audu

5.         Ammuna Lawan Ali

6.         Dr. H. U. Sanusi

5 Labour

24

Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, and Trade Union Congress, TUC, to reflect Geo-political and gender balance Stakeholders NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS1.         Abdulwahed Ibrahim Omar

2.         Chris Uyot

3.         Kiri Mohammed Shaibu

4.         Joe Ajaero

5.         Promise Adewusi

6.         Issa Aremu

7.         Lucy Offiong

8.         Ayuba Wabba

9.         Dr. Peter Ozo-Eson

10.       Emma Ugboaja

11.       Ibrahim Khaleel

12.       Michael Olukoya

TRADE UNION CONGRESS OF NIGERIA

1.         Bobboi Bala Kaigama

2.         Barrister Musa Lawal

3.         Mrs. Dinatu Asibi Assani

4.         Olasanye Oyinkan

5.         Sunday Olusoji Salako

6.         Olakunle Olanrewaju Olaitan

7.         Peter Esele

8.         Augustine Etafo

9.         Maryam Jummai Bello

10.       Hassan Salihu Anka

11.       Bede Opara

12.       Aliyu Musa

6 The Organised Private Sector

8

NECA, MAN, NACCIMA, NESG, two delegates each Stakeholders NIGERIA EMPLOYERS’ CONSULTATIVE ASSOCIATION (NECA)1.         Chief R. U. Uche

2.         Mallam Mahmud Othman

MANUFACTURERS ASSOCATION OF NIGERIA (MAN)

1.         Chief Kola Jamodu, OFR

2.         Alhaji Ali Madugu, mni

 

NIGERIA CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE, INDUSTRY AND MANUFACTURERS ASSOCATION (NACCIMA)

1.         Alhaji Mohammed B. Abubakar, MON

2.         Chief Bassey E. O. Edem, MFR

NIGERIAN ECONOMIC SUMMIT GROUP (NESG)

1.         Mr. Bukar Kyari

2.         Mr. Frank Nweke II

7 Nigeria Youth Organisations

12

National Youth Council of Nigeria and National Association of Nigerians Students, NANS, shall each nominate six delegates, one from each geo-political zone,  Stakeholders NIGERIA YOUTHS ORGANISATIONSNATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL OF NIGERIA

1.         Comrade Henry Nwabueze

2.         Ajani James Olawale

3.         Abdullahi Abdulmajeed

4.         Mallam Hamma Bello Bilkindo

5.         Charles Ibiang

6.         Ben Duntoye

NATIONAL ASSOCATION OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS (NANS)

1.         Yinka Gbadebo, GCNS

2.         Sylvester Okoh

3.         Abdullahi Ali-Kano

4.         Chinonso Obasi

5.         Clifford Abur

6.         Olayinka Dada (JP)

8 Outstanding Youths and Role Models

6

One from each geo-political zone for “other” Federal Government 1.         Hassan Rilwan2.         Yadomah Bukar Mandara

3.         Yakubu Shendam

4.         Kasim Akande

5.         Mosunmola Umoru

6.         Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu

9 Women Groups

12

National Council Of Women Society, NCWS, two per geo- political zone Stakeholders 1.         Chief (Mrs.) Nkechi Okemini Mba2.         Mrs. Love Ezema

3.         Mrs. Remi Kuku

4.         Dr. (Mrs.) Patricia Ogbonnaya

5.         Chief (Mrs.) Anthonia Balogun

6.         Chief (Mrs.) Temitope Ajayi

7.         Hajiya Ramatu Usman, mni

8.         Chief (Mrs) Hannatu Lohor

9.         Mrs. Princess Rabi Ibrahim

10.       Mrs. Safiya Ibrahim Ogo

11.       Hajiya Miriam S. Mohammed

12.       Mrs. Princess Hadiza Ibrahim

10 Market Women Association

6

One per geo-political zone. Stakeholders 1.         Mrs. Sheila Tamuno Abiye2.         Hajiya Alina Usuma

3.         Hajiya Marvyatu Iliasu

4.         Mrs. Sarah Benjamin

5.         Mrs. Felicia Sanni

6.         Mrs. Ifeayinwa Ezenwa

11 Women Organizations

6

International Federation of Women Lawyers, FIDA;  Nigrian Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ; and Women in Management and Business, WINBIZ, shall each nominate two Delegates; Stakeholders INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN LAWYERS (FIDA)1.         Ms. Hauwa Evelyn Shekarau

2.         Mrs. Ezinwa Okoroafor

NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN JOURNALISTS (NAWOJ)

1.         Asabe Baba Nahaya, JP

2.         Brenda Akpan

WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS AND PUBLIC SERVICES (WINBIZ)

1.         Mrs. Ifeoma Idigbe

2.         Hajiya Bola Shagaya

12 Political Parties in National Assembly

10

Parties that have representation in the National Assembly, including the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, All Progressives Congress, APC,  All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Accord Party, Labour Party, LP, two delegates each Stakeholders ALL PROGRESSIVES GRAND ALLIANCE (APGA)1.         Chief Chris Ejike Uche

2.         Dr. Sagir Auwal Maidoya

ACCORD PARTY

1.         Senator Rashidi Adewolu Ladoja

2.         Hon. Muhammad Lawal Nalado

LABOUR PARTY

1.         Chief (Barr.) Dan Nwanyanwu, mni

2.         Comrade A. A. Salam (Baraden Paiko)

PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC PARTY (PDP)

1.         Dr. Ahmadu Ali

2.         Commodore Olabode George (rtd.)

ALL PROGRESSIVE CONGRESS (APC)

1.         Yet to forward nominations

2.        

13 Religious Leaders

12

Christian and Muslim Leaders Stakeholders MUSLIM LEADERS1.         Prof. Muhammad Nur Alkali

2.         Prof. Is-haq O. Oloyede

3.         Hajia Amina B. Omoti

4.         Mal. Muzzammil Sani Hanga

5.         Alh. Nurudeen Lemu

6.         Nomination yet to be completed

CHRISTIAN LEADERS

1.         Bishop Joseph D. Bagobiri

2.         Prof. Andrew Haruna

3.         Elder Barr. John A. Achimugu

4.         Pastor Emmanuel Bosun

5.         Dr. Mrs. Kate Okpareke

6.         Barr. Godswill Iyoha Iyoke

14 Civil Society Organisations

24

Across board Stakeholders 1.         Rev. Nnimmo Bassey           Health of Mother Earth Foundation (HOMEF)2.        Mahmood Aminu            Public Interest Lawyers League

3.        Dr. Isaac Osuoka            Social Development Integrated Centre (Social Action) & Pan Niger Delta Conference (PNDC)

4.        Joe Okei-Odumakin     Women Arise for Change Initiative & Campaign for Democracy

5.        Ezenwa Nwagwu            Partners for Electoral Reform

6.        Festus Okoye            Human Right Monitors

7.        Dr. Olisa Agbakoba, SAN            Leader, Civil Society Organization

8.        Ebuchukwu Ezike            Civil Liberties Organization (CLO)

9.        Femi Falana, SAN            Leader, Civil Society Organizations

10.       Dr. Abiola Akiyode            Women Advocates Research & Documentation Centre

11.       Wale Okuniyi            PRONACO

12.       Bisi Olateru Olagbegi        Women Consortium of Nigeria

13.       Kyauta Giwa            Community Action for Popular Participation (CAP

14.       Steve Aluko  Civil Liberties Organization

15.       Jaye Gaskiya            United Action for Democracy

16.       Rommy Mom            Lawyers’ Alert

17.       Auwal Musa Rafsanjani    Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Cent

18.       Mallam Naseer Kura   Basic Rights Action – Kano

19.       Dr. Emma Shehu            International Institute of Journalism

20.       Dr. Maryam Abdullah        Women for Peace in Nigeria

21.       Hajia Shetu Alfa            FOMWAN

22.       Y. Z. Ya’u            Centre for Information Technology & Development

23.       Abubakar Saidiq Ibrahim           Campaign for Democracy & Development

24.       Dudu Paloma            Responsible Citizenship

15 Nigerians in Diaspora

8

Europe, America, Africa, Asia, and Middle East,  two delegates per location Stakeholders EUROPE1.         Adebayo Oladimeji

2.         Christian Chukwudozie Udechukwu

AMERICA

1.         Mr. Gabriel Okoye

2.         Hon George Anibowel

AFRICA

1.         Abdulahi Abubakar

2.         Amb. Vincent Okobi

ASIA

1.         Dr. Jonathan Obaje

2.         Dr. Balarabe Yushau

16 People Living with Disabilities

6

One per geo-political zone Stakeholders 1.         Dandeson Hart2.         Barr. Ayodele Adekanmbi

3.         Ms. Ekaete Judith Umoh

4.         Kenan Mamman

5.         Esther Andrew

6.         Zainabi Argungu

17 Media

8

Newspapers Proprietors Association of Nigeria, Nigeria Guild of Editors, Nigeria Union of Journalists and the Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria shall nominate 2 delegates each; Stakeholders NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS ASOCIATION OF NIGERIA1.         Mr. Nduka Obaigbena

2.         Mal. Kabir Yusuf

NIGERIA GUILD OF EDITORS

1.         Isaac Ighure

2.         Is’haq Modibo Kawu

NIGERIA UNION OF JOURNALISTS

1.         Alhaji Mohammed Sani Zoro

2.         Mr. Lanre Ogundipe

BROADCASTING ORGANISATION OF NIGERIA

1.         Abubakar B. Jijiwa, MFR

2.         High Chief (Dr.) Aleogho Raymond Dokpesi, PhD, OFR

18 Socio Political/ Cultural and Ethnic Nationality Groups

90

15 delegates each, per geo-political zone to reflect religious and ethnic diversities; Stakeholders SOUTH SOUTH GEO-POLITICAL ZONE1.         Okon Osung

2.         Idongest Nkangha

3.         Ray Ekpu

4.         Amb. (Prof.) Lawrence Ekpebu, OFR

5.         Prof. Kimse Okoko

6.         Sen. Musa Adede

7.         Ntufam (Dr.) Josephat Okey

8.         Hon. Orok Out Duke

9.         Chief Joshua B. Fomudo

10.       Gen. Paul Omu

11.       Chief Paul Enebeli

12.       Sen. Yisa Braimah

13.       Barr. Chris Agbonmwanegbe

14.       Chief Sergeant Awuse

15.       Dr. Silas Eneyo

SOUTH WEST GEO-POLITICAL ZONE

1.         Senator Kofoworola Bucknor-Akerele

2.         Supo Sonibare

3.         Sir Olaniwun Ajayi

4.         Dr. Adetokunbo Awolowo-Dosumu

5.         Chief Ajibola Ogunsola

6.         Barr. Niyi Akintola, SAN

7.         Mr. Yinka Odumakin

8.         Senator Anthony Adefuye

9.         Senator Femi Okunrounmu

10.       Hon. Salvador Adegoke Moshood

11.       Bashorun Sehinde Arogbofa

12.       Dr. Amos Akingba

13.       Chief Gani Adams

14.       Dr. Femi Obayori

15        Pastor Tunde Bakare

SOUTH EAST GEO-POLITICAL ZONE

1.         Gary Enwo-Igariwey

2.         Chief Onyema Ugochukwu

3.         Chief Chukwu Wachukwu

4.         Prof. I. C. Madubuike

5.         HRH Igwe (Amb) L. O. C. Agubuzu

6.         His Excellency, Amb. Fidel Ayogu

7.         Chief Goddy Uwazurike

8.         Dr. Dozie Ikedife

9.         Chief Chris Eluemunoh

10.       Chief Uzoma Nwosu Iheme

11.       Prof. Chinedu Nwajiuba

12.       Dr. Joe Nwaogu

13.       Dr. Sam Egwu

14.       Dr. Clement Mgbada

15.       Prof. Nnenna Oti

NORTH EAST GEO-POLITICAL ZONE

1.         Mallam Mohammed Ibrahim

2.         Hon. Mohammed Umara Kumalia

3.         Mr. Paul Bassi

4.         Amb. Ibrahim Mai Sule

5.         Dr. Abdu Bulama

6.         Mr. Bar Abubakar Samo

7.         Amb. Adamu Aliyu

8.         Dr. Sale Dauda

9.         Dr. Daniel Madu

10.       Sen. Saidu Kumo

11.       Amb. Hassan Adamu

12.       Kashim Ndjida

13.       Chief B. Leonard

14.       Barrister Chris Abongaby

15.       Alhaji Isa Mafindi

NORTH WEST GEO-POLITICAL ZONE

1.         IGP Ibrahim Coomassie (rtd)

2.         Amb. Yaro Yusuf Mamman

3.         Prof. Auwalu Yadudu

4.         Alhaji Magaji Danbatta

5.         AVM Mutari Mohammed

6.         Sen. Bello Maitama Yusuf

7.         Ms. Fati Eunice Ibrahim

8.         Sen. Mohammed Kabiru Jibrin

9.         Sen. Saidu Musa Dansadau

10.       Col. Bala Mande

11.       Gen. Tanko Ayuba

12.       Hajiya Maria Waziri

13.       Bilkisu Magoro

14.       Hajiya Laraba Dattijo

15.       Sen. Ladan Shuni

NORTH CENTRAL GEO-POLITICAL ZONE

1.         Elder Bulus Dareng

2.         Lt. Gen. J. T. Useni

3.         Sen. Ibrahim Mantu

4.         Alhaji Aliyu Akwe Doma

5.         Mr. Anthony Sani

6.         Prof. Onje Gewyedo

7.         Prof. Iyorchia Ayu

8.         Prof. John Uko

9.         Dr. Philip O. Salawu

10.       Bayo Ojo

11.       Prof. (Mrs.) Mariatu Tunuche

12.       Dr. Shem Nuhu Zagbayi

13.       Engr. Mustapha Bello

14.       Sen. Gbemi Saraki

15.       Mr. John Dara

19 Professional Bodies

15

NBA, NSE, CIB, NMA, NIM, NIA, ICAN, ANAN, NIPR, AAPN, NIESV, Nigerian Environment Society and  Nigeria Economic Society [—> Historical Society of Nigeria, RTEAN] Stakeholders PROFESSIONAL BODIES1.         Okey Wali, SAN            Nigeria Bar Association (NBA)

2.         Engr. (Senator) Adefemi Kila, FNSE            The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE)

3.         Dr. Segun Aina, OFR    Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIB)

4.         Dr. Osahon Enabulele     Nigerian Medical Association (NMA)

5.         Dr. Nelson U. O. Uwaga, mni, FNIM            Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM)

6.         Arc. Waheed Niyi Brimmo, fnia, pnia            Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA)

7.         Senator (Chief) Felix Kolawole Bajomo, FCA    Institute of Chartered  Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN)

8.         Mr. Johnson Oludeinde Oluata, FCNA            Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN)

9.         Dr. Rotimi Oladele, FNIPR            Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR)

10.       Mrs. Bunmi Oke, frpa     Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria (AAPN)

11.       Mr. Emeka D.Eleh            The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV)

12.       Engr. Olu Andah Wai-Ogosu    Nigerian Environmental Society

13.       Prof. Olu Ajakaiye            Nigeria Economic Society

14.       Prof. Yakubu A. Ochefu           Historical Society of Nigeria

15.       Alhaji Musa Isiwele            Road Transport Employers Assocation (RTEAN)

20 National Academies

5

The Academy of Science, Academy of Engineering, Academy of Education, Academy of Letters and the Academy of Social Sciences shall each nominate 1 delegate; Stakeholders THE NIGERIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE1.         Prof. Oyewale Tomori, FAS, NNOM

ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING

1.         Engr. V. I. Maduka, OFR

THE NIGERIAN ACADEMY OF EDUCATION

1.         Prof. U. M. O. Ivowi

NIGERIAN ACADEMY OF  LETTERS

S/N     DELEGATES

1.         Prof. Munzali Jibril

ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

1.         Yet to be nominated

21 Former Judiciary Personnel

6

From the Judiciary not currently serving on the bench President JUDICIARY1.         Hon. Justice G. A. Oguntade

2.         Hon. Justice F. F. Tabai

3.         Hon. Justice Abdulahi Mustapha

4.         Hon. Justice Adamu Bello

5.         Hon. Justice Veronica Ngozi Ume

6.         Hon. Justice Baba Alkali Ba’aba

22 Former Political Office Holders

24

Former governors, Senators Forum, House of Reps Forum and the Association of Former Speakers shall each nominate one delegate per geo-political zone Stakeholders FORMER GOVERNORS1.         Chief Achike Udenwa

2.         Chief Olusegun Osoba

3.         Obong Victor Attah

4.         Alh. Saidu Barda

5.         Amb. Fidelis Tapgun

6.         Nomination not completed

SENATORS FORUM

1.        Senator Khairat Abdulrazaq Gwadabe

2.         Senator Abdullahi Bala Adamu

3.         Senator Muhammed Ibrahim

4.         Senator Nnamdi Eriobuna

5.         Senator John K. Brambaifa

6.         Senator Iyabo Anisunlowo

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FORUM

1.         Hon. Ghali Umar Na’Abba, CFR

2.         Hon. Chibudom Nwuche, CON

3.         Hon. (Chief) Obi Anoliofo

4.         Hon. Umar Kareto Lawan

5.         Hon. Musa Elayo Abdullahi

6.         Hon. Sheik M. Sekoni

ASSOCIATION OF FORMER SPEAKERS

1.         Rt. Hon. (Chief) Anayo Nnebe

2.         Rt. Hon. Abudssalam Taofig Olawale

3.         Rt. Hon. Ignatius Kevin Edet

4.         Rt. Hon. Habu Isa Ajiya

5.         Rt. Hon. Mohammed Yaro

6.         Rt. Hon. Terseer Tsumba

23 FGDelegates

20

At least six will be women Federal Government 1.         General Alani Akinrinade (rtd)2.         Prof. Olawale Albert

3.         Prof. Anya O. Anya

4.         Dr. (Mrs.) Virginia A. Anohu

5.         Annkio Briggs

6.         Col. Tony Nyiam

7.         His Excellency, Engr. A. A. Kure

8.         Group Capt. Jeo Orji

9.         Ibrahim D. Waziri

10.       Mrs. Binta Ibrahim Musa

11.       Yusuf Hamisu Abubakar

12.       His Excellency, Adamu Aliero

13.       Hajiya Hauwa Bukar

14.       Senator Mimibariya Amange

15.       Dame Virgi Etiaba

16.       Chief Asara A. Asara

17.       Mrs. Eunice Igwe

18.       Damian Dodo, SAN

19.       Mrs. Ngozi Olejeme

20.       Atedo Peterside

24 State GovernmentsDelegates

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3 delegates each based on Senatorial District at least, while the FCT shall nominate 1 delegate, one of whom shall be a woman. The nomination shall be done by the state governors and where the state fails to nominate, the President shall nominate the required number from the state State Governor and/or President ABIA STATE1.         Senator Adolphus Wabara

2.         Prof. J. C. Ogbonnaya

3.         Mrs. Victoria Akanwa

ADAMAWA STATE

1.         Alhaji Mohammed Gambo Jimeta

2.         Mrs. Binta Massi Garba

3.         Mr. Moses Ngbale

AKWA IBOM STATE

1.         Senator Anietie Okon

2.         Prof. Nsongurua J. Udombana

3.         Her Excellency (Mrs.) Atim Etim Okpoyo

ANAMBRA STATE

1.        Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife

2.         Prof. A. B. C. Nwosu

3.         Prof. Dora Akunyili

BAUCHI STATE

1.        Dr. Garba Ibrahim

2.         Prof. Isa B. Mohammed

3.         Prof. Gambo Laraba Abdullahi

BAYELSA STATE

1.        Chief D.S.P. Alamieyeseigha

2.         Chief Francis Doukpolagha

3.         Dr. (Mrs.) Ngieriwagha

BENUE STATE

1.         Senator Jack Tilley Gyado

2.         Dr. Magdalene Mba Dura

3.         Maj-Gen. Geoffrey Ejiga

BORNO STATE

1.         Kashim Ibrahim Imam

2.         Hajiya Fati (Dongonyaro) Ali Monguno

3.         Hon. Dr. Haruna Yerima

CROSS RIVER STATE

1.         Gen. Anthony Ukpo (Rtd.)

2.         Dr. Pius Tawo

3.         Senator Florence Ita-Giwa

DELTA STATE

1.         Prof. Godini G. Darah

2.         Chief Benjamin S. C. Elue

3.         Female nominee expected

EBONYI STATE

1.         Dr. (Mrs.) Adaeze Nwuzor

2.         Senator (Dr.) Offia Nwali

3.         Prof. Chigozie Ogbu

EDO STATE

1.         Mr. Charles Edosomwan, SAN

2.         Prof. Sylvanus Oboh

3.         Female nominee expected

EKITI STATE

1.         Prof. Akin Oyebode

2.         Prof. (Mrs.) Bisi Aina

3.         Bishop Felix Ajakaye

ENUGU STATE

1.         H.E. Ken Nnamani

2.         Prof. Mrs. Rose Onah

3.         Monsignor Obiora Ike

GOMBE STATE

1.         Alhaji Usman Faruk, NPM, CON

2.         Barr. Zubairu Mohammed Umar

3.         Mrs. Hannatu Ibrahim, MFR

IMO STATE

1.         Engr. Dr. Ezekiel Izuogu

2.         Chief Bob Njemance

3.         Chief (Mrs.) Chidinma Uwajumogu

JIGAWA STATE

1.        Alhaji Bashir Dalhatu

2.         Umaru Mohammed Hadejia

3.         Prof. Rukayyatu Ahmed Rufa’l

KADUNA STATE

1.         Prof. Yusuf Turaki

2.         Senator Ahmed Mohammed Aruwa

3.         Hajia Nafisatu Babajo

KANO STATE

1.         Alhaji Sule Yahya Hamma

2.         Dr. Junaid Muhammed

3.         Hajiya Aishatu Isma’il

KATSINA STATE

1.         Justice Mamman Nasir (Rtd) GCON

2.         Dr. Abubakar Saddique Mohammed

3.         Hajiya Talatu Nasir

KEBBI STATE

1.         Dr. Bello Haliru Muhammad

2.         Amb. Isah Muhammed Argungu

3.         Dr. Fati Lami Adamu

KOGI STATE

1.         Prof. Sam Egwu

2.         Hajia Ladi Ibrahim

3.         Chief Olusola Akanmode

KWARA STATE

1.         Alhaji Yusuf Kawu Daibu

2.         Senator Ahmed Mohammed

3.         Mrs. Wosilat Marcarthy

LAGOS STATE

1.         Mr. Supo Sasore, SAN

2.         Prof. Tunde Samuel

3.         Olufunmilayo Osinowo-Bashorun

NASARAWA STATE

1.         Dr. Mohammed Hassan Lawal

2.         Alhaji Muhammed Othman

3.         Mrs. Lydia J. Viko

NIGER STATE

1.         Hajiya Dije Bala (F)

2.         Abubakar Adamu Chika

3.         Barr. Halidu Ibrahim (Ph.D)

OGUN STATE

1.         Mr. Fola Adeola

2.         Barrister Bisi Adegbuyi

3.         Prof. (Mrs.) Titi Filani

ONDO STATE

1.         Dr. (Mrs.) Yemi Mahmud-Fasominu

2.         Prof. N. Oluwafemi Mimiko

3.         Barr. Remi Olatubora

OSUN STATE

1.         Chief Gbadegesin Adedeji

2.         Chief Femi Akande

3.         Mrs. Bola Ogunrimade (mni)

OYO STATE

1.         Chief Adeniyi Akintola

2.         Prof. Ganiyu Raji

3.         Female nominee expected

PLATEAU STATE

1.         Prof. Dakum Shown

2.         Prof. Ganyir Lombin

3.         Mrs. Esther Gonda

RIVERS STATE

1.         Prof. Amakievi Gabriel

2.         Justice Peter Akere (Rtd)

3.         Female nominee expected

SOKOTO STATE

1.         Engr.  Bello Suleiman

2.         Alh. Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi

3.         Prof. Aishatu I. Madawaki

TARABA STATE

1.        Justice Adamu Aliyu

2.         Ambassador Suleiman Zubairu

3.         Hon. Dr. Mrs. Salome Jankada

YOBE STATE

1.        Khalifa Hassan Yusuf

2.         Dr. Garba Abari

3.         Female nominee expected

ZAMFARA STATE

1.         HRH, Justice Lawal Hassan Gummi, Emir of Gummi

2.         Brigadier Gen. Muhammad Mansur Dan Ali (Rtd)

3.         Hon. Justice Balkisu Bello Aliyu

FCT

1.         Barr. Musa Salihu

25 Former LG Chairmen

6

One from each from the six geo- political zones; ALGON 1.         Hon. Felex Akhabue2.         Barr. Nasiru Ibrahim Junji

3.         Alhaji Abubakar Sadiq Ahmed

4.         Barrister Igberi Nweme

5.         Hon. Emmanuel Tsamdu

6.         Chief Shola Ebiseeni

26 Conference Leaders

3

Chairman, Deputy Chairman and Secretary, observing geo-political spread President 1.         Justice Idriss Legbo Kutigi Chairman2.         Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi       Deputy Chairman

3.         Dr. (Mrs.) Valerie Azinge           Secretary

 

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Secretariat

4.         Dr. Akilu Indabawa      Asst. Secretary, Conference Proceedings

5.         Prof. Mahmood Yakubu          Asst. Secretary, Finance & Administration

6.         Mr. James Akpandem     Asst. Secretary, Media and Communications

TOTAL

494  + 3 Secretariat

 

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