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2019: Sham­sudeen Dan­baz­zau Declares for Reps Seat

Sham­sud­den Dan­baz­zau, the son of the cur­rent min­is­ter of inte­ri­or, Abdul­ra­man Dan­baz­zau, has declared his ambi­tion to con­test the 2019 gen­er­al elec­tion for the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tive for Takai/Sumaila fed­er­al con­stituen­cy of Kano State.

Speak­ing exclu­sive­ly to toktok9ja, yes­ter­day, he said his deci­sion to join pol­i­tics was born out of his pas­sion to con­tribute to the devel­op­ment of the soci­ety in which he lives. “Wher­ev­er I find myself in life I always try to see how I can add val­ue. I think the essence of lead­er­ship is ser­vice so what­ev­er posi­tion Allah favours me to be in I will ser­vice to the best of my abil­i­ty and that his what I have done at the grass­root lev­el and that is what I intend to do as if fate favours me.

So far in my own local gov­ern­ment I have not seen any tan­gi­ble work from our fed­er­al rep­re­sen­ta­tive, a project that can be said to be com­mend­able.

Sham­sud­den Dan­baz­zau Mak­ing His Dec­la­ra­tion

Quite hon­est­ly, I am a man that goes around a lot, I vis­it dif­fer­ent local gov­ern­ments and I have friends all over the place which is because of my par­tic­i­pa­tion in the local gov­ern­ment elec­tion. And when I go to these local gov­ern­ments includ­ing mine, I have not seen sig­nif­i­cant impacts. I believe the peo­ple of my con­stituen­cy have been patient for too long. Why leave for tomor­row what can be done today. I can feel the pulse of my con­stituen­cy and I know they are hun­gry for change, and that is what I intend to deliv­ery on, he said

I believe I owe God and myself  to do the best I can for my peo­ple. All pol­i­tics they say is local so I feel priv­i­leged that they have found me wor­thy to call on me to serve. I pray that I con­tin­ue to uphold trust and affec­tion.


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I also believe that with a clear focus and deter­mi­na­tion that i will be able to make a dif­fer­ence, he said.

He fur­ther revealed that he believes that now is the time for youths to ven­ture into pol­i­tics espe­cial­ly with the sign­ing of the not too young to run bill. “We should under­stand that pol­i­tics like every­thing in life is a process. Rather than spend­ing most of our time on the social media crit­i­ciz­ing peo­ple in gov­ern­ment. We should come and start from some­where; if at all we as youths are going to stand a chance then we must come and be part of the sys­tem and process. That way, we can begin to learn the trade and hope­ful­ly in time we can achieve what­ev­er we want to achieve. Our father land is desirous not only to see the best of a few but also of the many. So we must car­ry upon our­selves more respon­si­bil­i­ties and roles if our quest or dream is to see a greater Nige­ria in time”.


So I think they qual­i­ty of youth the old­er gen­er­a­tion leave behind is a tes­ta­ment to how well they have impact­ed the world. They must under­stand that the youth always pos­sess a cer­tain qual­i­ties that age may find lack­ing. So our soci­ety and elders, should under­stand that it is by par­tic­i­pa­tion that we learn, and the skills and pow­er they claim to pos­sess today the learnt in the course of life through fail­ures and expe­ri­ences, if we are will­ing to take our chances, they should believe in us for it is only when the look for the best in us that they can find it, he added.

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