Borno State is filled with people of different languages and cultures. It is important to note that there are over hundred languages/tribes in Nigeria aside the popular Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba which are commonly known nationwide.
Borno State is one of these states with lots of history when it comes to culture and tradition which has also impacted their governing rule.
On this page, we shall be looking at a list of all past governors that have served in Borno State and their political party.
The need to know the list of past and present governors of Borno state from the 1960 Independence is crucial; most especially for students and information seekers.
We are however, happy you stumbled on the right page as we shall be looking at the comprehensive list of all past reigning governors of Borno State and their political parties from 1960.
The below list may also contain list of military government (as the case may be).
See below for full details for List of Borno State Governors and their Political Party from 1960 till date.
Borno State Governors from 1960 & Their Political Parties
|Name||Title||Took Office||Left Office||Party||Notes|
|Musa Usman||Governor||28-May-67||Jul-75||Military||North-Eastern State|
|Muhammadu Buhari||Governor||Jul-75||Mar-76||Military||North-Eastern State|
|Group Captain Mustapha A. Amin||Governor||Mar-76||Jul-78||Military||First governor of Borno State|
|Mohammed Goni||Governor||Oct-79||Oct-83||GNPP||Nigerian Second Republic|
|Asheik Jarma||Governor||01-Oct-83||31-Dec-83||NPN||Nigerian Second Republic|
|Abdul One Mohammed||Governor||Dec-87||Dec-89||Military|
|Mohammed Buba Marwa||Governor||Jun-90||Jan-92||Military|
|Maina Maaji Lawan||Governor||Jan-92||Nov-93||SDP||Nigerian Third Republic|
|Mala Kachalla||Governor||29-May-99||29-May-03||APP||Nigerian Fourth Republic|
|Ali Modu Sheriff||Governor||29-May-03||29-May-11||ANPP|
|Babagana Umara Zulum||Governor||29-May-19||Incumbent||APC|
Who is the Present Governor of Borno State 2022?
The Present Governor of Borno State is Babagana Umara Zulum from All Progressive Congress (APC).