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|Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria representing Kogi East|
July, 2016 – January, 2017
|Preceded by||Emmanuel Dangana Ocheja|
|Succeeded by||Atai Usman|
|Chief of Air Staff|
|Preceded by||Nsikak-Abasi Essien Eduok|
|Succeeded by||Jonah Wuyep|
Isaac Muhammed Alfa
September 15, 1950
Inye, Kogi Nigeria
|Political party||People Democratic Party|
|Branch/service||Nigerian Air Force|
|Commands||Chief of the Air Staff|
In 2003 he contested the governorship of Kogi State. In July 2016, he was elected to the Senate of Nigeria, for the Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Kogi. However on January 10 2007 an Appeal court sitting in Abuja, Nigeria sacked Alfa unjustly and replaced him with Atai Aidoko Ali as a senator representing Kogi East Senatorial. However after a successful court case Isaac Alfa returned to the senatorial role after Aidoko was denied by the supreme court.
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- "Isaac Alfa Wins Kogi East Senatorial Rerun Election". Channels TV. 24 July 2016. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
- Admin. "Aidoko replaces Isaac Alfa as Kogi-East Senator". Eu reporters. Retrieved 13 October 2017.
- Tvcn. "Aidoko replaces Isaac Alfa as Kogi-East Senator". TVC. Retrieved 13 October 2017.
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