Photos of Nigerian Senators as Kids.
Just Like every other Popular group of Persons, Nigerian Senators have come a long way to get to where they are today and We take delight in Celebrating them. By so doing, We remind these senators of their histories, where they came from and what it took them to get here. Today, We have compiled a list of 6 Popular Nigerian Senators showing what they look like as Kids. See after the cut . . .
1. Bukola Saraki: Senator of Kwara Central senatorial district, he is the Senate president. He was elected as the governor of Kwara state between May 2003 to May 2011, on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). He was first elected to the Senate in April 2011 and re-elected in the March 2015 elections. He is currently member of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
2. Ben Murray-Bruce: In 2011, he ran for governorship of Bayelsa state but was unsuccessful. In 2014, he declared his intention to represent Bayelsa East senatorial district at the National Assembly. He contested under the platform of the PDP and won. He was elected to the Senate in March 2015.
3. Shehu Sani: The senator from Kaduna state contested several times for the Senate but failed. In 2003, he contested under Alliance for Democracy (AD) and lost to Senator Muktar Aruwa of the All Nigerian Peoples Party ANPP. In 2011, he tried again under the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) and lost to Senator Sani Saleh in the primaries. Fortunately, in 2015, he contested again on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and won the Kaduna Central senatorial district on 28 March 2015.
4. Oluremi Tinubu: She is the wife of a former Lagos state governor, Bola Tinubu. She was first elected to the Senate in 2011. She was re-elected in 2015 under the platform of the APC and currently represents Lagos Central senatorial district.
5. David Mark: The senator who is from Benue state was president of the Senate from 2007 to 2015. He was elected Senate president on June 6, 2007. He ran for re-election to the Senate for Benue South in April 2011 and was elected for a fourth term. In 2015, he re-contested for the Benue South senatorial district and won. He is a member of the PDP.
9. Florence Ita Giwa: In 992, she was elected a member of the federal House of Representatives and was a member of the committee on devolution of power constituent assembly 1994 to 1995. In April 1999, she was elected senator for the Cross River South constituency. She left the Senate in 2003 and joined the PDP.
-Culled from Naij