Ahmed Gambo Saleh was born in Hadejia, Jigawa State of North Western Nigeria on the 3rd of June 1969.
He obtained his first and second degrees in Business and Commercial Law from Usman Danfodio University Sokoto and Bayero University Kano, respectively.
Ahmed Gambo, was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1996, he practiced briefly as a Legal Practitioner for 2 years before joining the Jigawa State Ministry of Justice as a Senior State Counsel where he rose to become the Deputy Director, Legal Drafting. He was seconded to Federal Ministry of Works where he served as the Special Assistant to the Hon. Minister from 2003 to 2005.
Thereafter, he returned to the service of the Jigawa State Ministry of Justice as the Acting Director, Legal Drafting.
By virtue of his Bar activism, he was elected as the Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Dutse Branch in 2008. Subsequently, he was appointed the Special Assistant to the former Chief Justice of Nigeria (His Lordship, Honourable Justice Idris Legbo Kutigi GCON). In 2010, he was appointed a Deputy Chief Registrar and worked for 4 years before he was again appointed as the 16th Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, a position he currently occupies.