Nur-Ana Indanan Sahidulla (born September 21, 1959 in Indanan, Sulu), popularly known as Lady Anne, is a politician from Sulu.
She was first elected mayor of Tongkil town (now Banguingui) in 1998, and served for two three-year terms. She became vice governor of Sulu for two terms after that, then became the congresswoman of the province's second district for one term until 2013.
In 2008, while she was vice governor, she helped in the negotiations to free abducted journalist Ces Drilon and her two cameramen from the terrorist Abu Sayyaf Group.
Sahidulla and her husband faced a graft case for failing to declare a parcel of land in Zamboanga City and two vehicles in their 2009 statement of assets, liabilities and net worth or SALN. They were found guilty in 2019, and were sentenced to two months to a year in prison, and each served a P5,000 fine.
She lost in her 2019 bid for senator.
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