The Independent National Electoral Commission has released the full list of members-elect of the 10th Senate.
The National Assembly elections were held last Saturday, February 25, 2023, alongside the presidential election. A new set of members, however, with returning familiar faces, will sit in the legislative arm of government making up the Red and Green chambers
In the recently released list however, eight names are missing, as the commission noted that supplementary elections will be held in the affected senatorial districts.
The affected districts include; Enugu East, Kebbi North, Plateau Central, Sokoto East, North and South, Yobe South and Zamfara Central
The elected legislators include 98 out of 109 Senate, and 325 out of 360 House of Representatives seats.
In a statement on Sunday, INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, had said seven parties won in the Senate, while eight parties won House of Representatives seats.
Yakubu noted that the ruling All progressives Congress (APC) retained majority with 57 senate seats and 162 at the House of Representatives.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had 29 senate seats and 102 in the House of Representatives, while the Labour Party has six in senate and 34 in the House of Representatives.
While the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) secured two senate and 18 House of Representatives seats, the Social Democratic Party (SDP) won two seats each for senate and House of Representatives.
Professor Yakubu further disclosed that the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and Young Progressives Party (YPP) won one senate seat each, while the APGA secured four House of Representatives seats as against YPP’s one, just as the Africa Democratic Congress (ADC) managed two Houses for Representatives seats.
Yakubu had said the winners were declared for 423 legislative seats, while supplementary elections would be conducted in 46 other constituencies.
See full list of Senators-elect :