They were among the 10 legislators that sought re-election to the House.
Lawmakers that lost to APC newcomers included Aloysius Babadoke (PDM-Leko/Koma), Umar Abdulkarim (PDM-Nasarawo/Binyeri), Simon Isa (PDP-Song), Ishaq Bala (PDP-Yola North), Suleiman Ribadu (PDP-Yola South) and Yetisuri Hammantukur (PDM-Jada/Mbulo).
Others are Usman Lamorde (PDP-Mubi South), Abubakar Jarengol (PDP-Mubi North) and Wafarninyi Theman (PDP-Hong).
However, two other serving lawmakers, Musa Kamale (PDP-Michika), and Laori Kwamoti (SDP-Numan) won their election to Madagali/Michika Federal Constituency and Numan/Lamurde/Demsa Federal Constituency, respectively.
The next Assembly will have 22 APC members, two PDP and one SDP.
The House, like the outgoing one have two females, Mrs Justina Obadiah (SDP-Lamurde) and Mrs Sodom Tayedi (APC-Numan).
One of the outgoing female lawmakers, Mrs Wilbina Jackson (PDP-Guyuk), who contested for Guyuk/Shelleng Federal Constituency lost to the APC candidate, while the other female lawmaker, Mrs Wale Fwa (PDP-Demsa), did not seek for any re-election.
This data is obtained from the April 11 state House of Assembly election results released by INEC in Adamawa and the nominal roll of the new state legislature. (NAN)