Designation: Director, Directorate Of Okene Educational Ventures (O.E.V)
Rank: Chief Lecturer
Academic Qualifications: M.Sc, B.Sc(Ed), NCE, WASC, FSLC, Certificate In Computer Appreciation
Area Of Specialization: Analytical Chemistry
Musa, M. J. (1998). Improvisation as a means of improving the quality of senior secondary Chemistry education in contemporary Nigeria. Teacher Education Journal, 1 (5), 81-85.
Musa, M. J.* & Okoye, C. O. B. (2001). Studies of water quality parameters of Imabolo, Okura, and Ofu rivers in Kogi State, Nigeria. Journal of Science,Technology and Mathematics Education, 4 (1), 42-52.
Musa, M. J. (2002). Preparing teachers for science teaching: Problems and the way out. Journal of Science and Technology Education, 1 (1), 43-47.
Musa, M. J. (2003). Science education as a tool for moral and ethical re-orientation of the Nigerian citizenry. Journal of Science and Vocational Education, 2 (1), 60-64.
Musa, M. J. (2003). The teacher of Universal Basic Education (UBE) for quality education in the 21st century Nigeria. Journal of Studies in General Education. 3(2), 115-121.
Musa, M. J. (2003). Education policies in Nigeria and issues for children in science and technology. International Journal of Children-in-Science and Technology, 1 (1), 110-115.
Musa, M. J. (2004). Implementing the Universal Basic Education in Nigeria: Implications for science and technology education. Journal of Science and Vocational Education, 3 (1), 10-15.
Musa, M. J. (2005). Skills imperative for children in learning primary science: Implications for the teacher. International Journal of Children-in-Science and Technology, 3 (1), 21-26.
Musa, M. J. (2007). Revitalizing education in Nigeria: The roles of non-government stakeholders. Confluence Journal of Education 3(1), 204-208.
Musa, M.J. (2008). Reforms in Nigerian education: The challenge of teaching science in primary schools in Olamaboro Local Government Area of Kogi State. Okene Journal of Education, 1 (1), 122-128
Musa, M.J. (2010). Information and communication technology and globalization: Challenges and implications for the chemistry teacher. NASHERJ, 8(2), 73-78