Sai'du Ahmed Alkali, born on February 12, 1969, in Gombe State, Nigeria, is a distinguished Nigerian political figure with a wealth of experience and a proven track record of leadership. He holds the esteemed honorary title of Sarkin Gabas Dukku.

Alkali's political journey began with his service as the Secretary of the Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board and later as the Commissioner of Information in the Gombe State Executive Council. His dedicated service and leadership qualities propelled him to secure the Gombe North Senatorial seat in the aftermath of the 2010 by-elections, representing the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

His victory in the by-elections was a testament to his widespread popularity and strong leadership within his constituency. He continued to serve as the Senator for Gombe North after winning the 2011 General elections, once again under the PDP banner. Demonstrating remarkable consistency and dedication, he achieved re-election in the subsequent in 2019 General elections, this time as a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

In recognition of his outstanding contributions and leadership, Alkali was appointed as the Minister of Transportation for the Federal Republic of Nigeria on August 16, 2023. In this role, he continues to demonstrate his commitment to public service and his vision for the development of transportation infrastructure and policies in Nigeria. His tenure as minister reflects his deep understanding of the critical role of transportation in driving economic growth and national development.
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