Humza Yousaf is a Scottish politician and a Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for the Glasgow Pollok constituency.
He is a member of the Scottish National Party (SNP) and has held several positions in the Scottish Government since his election to the Scottish Parliament in 2011, including Minister for External Affairs and International Development, Minister for Transport and the Islands, and Cabinet Secretary for Justice.
Yousaf was born in 1985 in Glasgow, Scotland, and is of Pakistani descent. He grew up in Pollok and attended the University of Glasgow, where he earned a degree in politics and sociology.
Prior to entering politics, Yousaf worked as a freelance journalist and as a parliamentary assistant to Bashir Ahmad, the first Muslim MSP in Scotland. He is known for his advocacy of social justice and equality, and has been a vocal critic of Islamophobia and racism.
Humza Yousaf Children: Does Humza Yousaf have kids?
Humza Yousaf has two children with his wife Nadia El-Nakla. They have a daughter who was born in 2015, and a son who was born in 2017.
Yousaf has spoken publicly about the importance of his family and his role as a father, and has called for policies that support families and help to ensure a better future for all children.