|Birth||2 June 1967, Zuru, Nigeria|
|Politics||All Progressives Congress|
Bala Ibn Na’Allah (born June 2, 1967 in Zuru, Kebbi State) is a Nigerian politician and the Deputy Majority leader in the Nigerian senate. He is the senator representing Kebbi South Senatorial seat in the Senate of Nigeria. In 2003 he was elected into the House of Representatives of Nigeria for two terms consecutively which ended in 2011.
In 2015, he contested in the 2015 Nigerian general elections representing Kebbi South in the senate and was elected into office under the All Progressives Congress political party.
In 2015, Bala Ibn Na’Allah sponsored his first bill in the senate. The bill was titled “A Bill for an Act to Prohibit Frivolous Petitions and other Matters Connected therewith“, the bill was said to be an anti social media bill that would have sanctions on critics who criticized public officeholders without petitions accompanied with sworn court affidavits or risk facing six months in jail. The bill however was never passed.