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SEN. DR. RABI’U MUSA KWANKWASO

{The Dynamic & Energetic Leader}

(Kwankwansiyya Amana, Tested and Trust)

Habieb Sanie Hamiesu (Hsh Assalaffy)

INTRODUCTION
All praise and thanks are to Almighty God, whom In His mercy
and wisdom grants me the opportunity of thinking and experience
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of publishing this book towards the loyal, dedicated, stalwart, and
brave father and honorable man, which is Sen. Dr. Rabi’u Musa
Kwankwaso (The Patriotic Leader).
I pray may Almighty Allah accept our dua, and make you Sen. Dr.
Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso as our president for the sake of Allah
Subhanahu Wata`ala.

PREFACE
It is my pleasure to issuing this particular book to you, Our father
and Leader, Sen. Dr. Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso in order to
manifest how we the people of Nigeria, especially we the people
from the northern side and also in some other part of the southern
part of Nigeria are genuinely in need of you in Nigeria in order to
contest for presidential seat, so as to unriddle the problem we are
confronting. Because we are very debilitate, as you are the only
and right person who can make us to be bracing, and also we have
confidence in you that you will ameliorate in Nigeria by becoming
the president of Nigeria.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
I would like to record my sincere thanks to my parents, Mal. Sani
and Malama Aisha for their support, care, love, and

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encouragements towards me since when I were nothing in life,
uptill this time that I have started becoming someone in future for
my profession. I will like to also thanks to my sisters and brothers;
Amina, Rukaiyyah, Fatima, Tasiu, Saminu, Ismail, Hafsat and
Maryam for their love and support to me whenever I am in need of
their prayer and advice.
Lastly, my appreciation and thanks goes on to my uncles;
Isah Tasiu, Abubakar Tasiu, Dr. Yusuf Nadabo (Sarkin Tudun
Nupawa), Bello Sa’idu, Danlami, Shuaib Balarabe (Sarkin Dutse),
Hassan Hamisu, Alh. Nasir Saminu (Zaitun) Hussaini Hamisu,
Aminu Ibrahim; my friends; Ismail Muhammad Nasir, Haruna
Yusuf Nadabo,Ahmad Abdulkareem (Al`abshaty), Bilal Isah
Lapai and Abdulrashid Muhammad Auwal (Likiter); my aunt;
Hajiya Binta, Hajiya Badiya, Hajiya Hasiya Hamisu, Halima,
Hajiya Hauwa’u Ibrahim; my cousin brothers; Buhari, Nazifi,
Hamisu, Kabir Nasir (Zaitun); my cousin sisters; Naja’atu, Fatima
Yusuf Nadabo, Rabia Nasir (Zaitun), Hassana Abubakar Kanari,
Zainab Sufyan, Hauwa’u Abubakar Kanari, Aisha Shukran,
Rumaisa Tasiu; and also the rest of my family members, friends,
relatives and neighbors who manifest their love to me, support me,
encourage me in terms of advice and also in terms of prayer. I am
all grateful to you all.

CONTENTS

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* BIOGRAPHY OF SEN. DR. RABI’U MUSA
KWANKWASO
* SEN. DR. RABIU MUSA KWANKWASO’S AMBITION
FOR NIGERIA
* SEN. DR. RABI’U MUSA KWANKWASO FOR
PRESIDENT
* SEN. DR. RABIU KWANKWASO’S PASSION FOR
EDUCATION
* SEN. DR. RABIU MUSA KWANKWASO’S
DEVELOPMENTS BETTER THAN THOSE LEADERS
* GOOD FEATURES OF SEN. DR. RABI’U MUSA
KWANKWASO
* MY IMPRESSION FOR SEN. DR. RABI’U MUSA
KWANKWASO TO BECOME THE PRESIDENT OF
NIGERIA
* CONCLUSION
* GLOSSARY

* BIOGRAPHY OF SEN. DR. RABI’U MUSA
KWANKWASO
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Dr. (Engr.) Muhammad Rabi'u Musa popularly known as Rabiu
Kwankwaso was born on 21 October 1956 in Kwankwaso village
of Madobi Local Government Area of Kano State. His father,
Mallam Musa Salihu, was the village head of Kwankwaso and
now the District Head of Madobi. Young Rabi’u started Islamic
school at the age of four and later enrolled in Primary School in
Kwankwaso (1962 - 1969). He attended Kwankwaso Primary
School, Gwarzo Boarding Senior School, Wudil Craft School
(1970 – 1972) and Kano Technical College before proceeding to
Kaduna Polytechnic where he did both his National Diploma, and
Higher National Diploma. He did Postgraduate Studies in the
United Kingdom at Middlesex Polytechnic (1982 - 1983) and
Loughborough University of Technology (1983 -1985) where he
got his Master's Degree in Water Engineering and University of
Nottingham (1987 – 1991). Kwankwaso was an active student
leader during his school days and was an elected official of the
Kano State Students Association.
Rabi’u Kwankwaso started work as an artisan craftsman in 1975
with Water Resources Engineering and Construction Agency
(WRECA). It was after seven years working that he went to the
UK for further studies. During that time, he intermittently attended
some certificate courses at Derby National Water Council in 1982,
Derby Water Industrial Training in 1985 and London Industrial
Water Training in 1985.
In all, Kwankwaso worked with Kano State government for 17
years and rose through the cadre of the civil service to the rank of
Principal Engineer.
Kwankwaso’s first significant act as a politician was when he
became an active student leader during his school days and was an
elected official of the Kano State Students Association.
In 1991, he resigned from government work and vied for election
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into the Federal House of Representatives.
He recalled “In fact, I had to battle my employers before they
allowed me to retire, because they felt so much was being in
invested on me. But I felt the only way I could make better
contributions to humanity was in politics.”
He joined partisan politics in the aborted Third Republic where he
contested elections to the House of Representatives in 1992. His
becoming the Deputy Speaker in the House brought him to the
limelight of national politics. He was also elected to be one the
delegates and representatives from Kano for the 1995
Constitutional Conference. He built his political empire with the
support of numerous political movements, groups, and factions
and solid endorsements and of political giants almost all. Rabiu
Kwankwaso was then seen as the heir apparent to the political
dynasty of Shehu Musa Yar'adua, Mallam Abubakar Rimi and
Mallam Aminu Kano of blessed memories.
He then became the first governor of Kano State in the fourth
republic (1999 - 2003). His swearing in ceremony at the Sani
Abacha Stadium in Kano metropolis was witnessed by millions of
urban and rural citizens of the state as well as members of the
diplomatic corps. It was a day that residents of the ancient city of
Kano will not forget in a hurry and will live to remember as it
marked the beginning of a visionary and revolutionary leadership.
It also served as the foundation laying ceremony for the
transformation of the state into an economic powerhouse as well
as the economic and commercial nerve centre of northern Nigeria.
Thereafter, he became the Defense Minister (2003 – 2006) and
Presidential Special Envoy to Somalia and Darfur (2006 – 2007).
Kwankwaso was the party leader in Kano and was nominated into
the party's most powerful political of the then ruling party - Board
of Trustees. He was also shortlisted for ambassadorial
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appointment which he refused due to his burning desire to remain
in the country and contribute his quota towards the development
of this great country. He later accepted to serve as a board member
representing Northwest region of Nigeria in the Niger Delta
Development Commission (NNDC) from 2009 to 2010
Consequently, he re-contested in the 2011 gubernatorial poll and
won the election, thus staging a comeback to the governorship seat
in Kano state with an outstanding difference of sixty three
thousand plus votes, his party won three quarters of the house of
assembly seats, by winning 30 out of the total 40 seats in the state.
Kwankwaso contested the presidential primaries nomination and
came second to the current president Muhammad Buhari. He then
swapped to contest the senatorial seat for Kano Central Senatorial
District which he won and now serving in the committee for
National Planning & Economic Affairs.
The Kwankwansiyya slogan and Red cap identity definitely did
not come by accident, rather it was a result of the track of records
of probity, tested and trusted leadership Kwankwaso demonstrated
in his administration as its tagged Amaana in response to
Kwankwansiyya.
One would therefore be inquisitive to ask the meaning of Amana.
A Kano man will be quick to tell you that it is trust that
characterized the administration of affable humanist and
administrator per excellence.
He is indeed tagged as one of the most amazing leaders in
Nigeria. Those who love him consider him to be a supersonic
person whose achievements speak before his sound.
His achievements were really massive in the areas of education,

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rural electrification, health, infrastructural development,
industrialization, agriculture, and housing and in fact, every works
of live.
He was able to establish a State University of Technology at
Wudil; he introduced Free Feeding for Primary School Students in
the State which led the United Nations to recognize his effort in
that direction. His electrification programme in the rural areas
recorded great successes. He was able to give the Federal
Government a property that was turned into the Nigeria Law
School at Bagauda. He built a number of bridges in the rural areas
and introduce free natal programme for pregnant mothers.
These landmark achievements of Kwankwaso as governor of
Kano states are extremely massive numbering over 10,000
projects and 10,000,000 lives touched directly and indirectly. One
of the most notable achievements in the area of financial prudency
and management was the measures that jerked up the Internally
Generated Revenue (IGR) of the state from N400 million to about
N2 Billion monthly. In ensuring fiscal discipline, Gov.
Kwankwaso was able to make capital expenditure higher than
recurrent votes (2012: 63% capital, 37% recurrent; 2013 75%
capital, 25% recurrent) and achieved up to 85% budget
implementation in 2012 and 2013. He is the first governor to
achieve 2:1 ratio in favour of capital vote. In 2015, Kwankwaso
contested the APC Presidential primaries but lost to Muhammadu
Buhari. He was elected to the Senator for Kano State Central
Senatorial District Seat on 2 March 2015.

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* SEN. DR. RABIU MUSA KWANKWASO’S AMBITION
FOR NIGERIA
Sen. Dr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso’s ambition for Nigerians and
the country itself is to bring developments, promotion, and
enhancements of all require for the developments of us Nigerians
and the country itself. Kwankwaso’s aim is to bring numerous
changes to we Nigerians and the country itself, and also purvey
each and every citizens of Nigeria with what will make them
achieved their goals in life.
Kwankwaso’s ambition is to enhance the quality of education
in Nigeria, and also creates numerous jobs for graduate who are
unemployees, skills hand jobs and housewives jobs. He will also
outfit we Nigerians with some funds in which we can invest in
business, so in order to grow and stand on our feet. Sen. Dr.
Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso will also break down the cost of each
item that their price is highly cost. Especially, foodstuffs and other
items related to our daily life needs. Kwankwaso is famous, not
only in Nigeria alone, and in other part of the countries.
Kwankwaso will not let Nigeria fall in the hand of some other
countries due to lack of developments and country promotion.
Kwankwaso will use his wealth in investing in many businesses
which we Nigerians and the country itself will benefit from it and
also proud with it. Sen. Dr. Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso is not born
just to be our leader, but rather, is a gift that Almighty God has
sent to us, in whom we will all benefits from that him and achieve
our goals of life because of him. And also this is a speech by His
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