Musa Joel

Musa Joel is the Founder and CEO of The Nigerian Writers’ Institute (TNWI) and TNWI Book Publishing & Rights Agency. At the age of 21, he won the Academy Scholarship Award to study computer engineering. The award was presented to him on the 25th of January, 2003, on the National Television Authority NTA (Channel 10), Lagos, Nigeria, by Engineer Simeon Onasanya – a man who had worked for the International Business Machine (IBM) rated to be the number one computer company in the World and had also delivered lectures at the yearly American Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineer (IEEE) convention - and was televised live nationwide!

As founder and president, he had had the privilege of teaching lecturers in higher institutions’ of learning, church reverends, business people and youths on creative writing. He started teaching in seminars and conferences in 2009, particular under Greenleaf International Conference. He has also written so many short fictions which are yet to be book-to-film. Some of his book titles include: Dealing With the Feeling of Helplessness In a Changing World (formerly titled, . . .So You Feel So Little?); How to Turn Words Into Money; Shifting Shadows (How to Deal With Days After the Honeymoon Is Over!); The Secrets to Speaking to Your Destiny and Causing It to Manifest, and more.

Presently he is seriously working on his three major books titled: How to Start a Successful Business With Just What You Have (Proven Secrets to Building a World Class Company With Zero Money in the Bank Through Your Natural Gift and Ability); The 21 Secrets of How Jesus Made Generational Impacts; Blueprints – The Art of Breaking Out of the Prisons of Your Own Making; Why We Are Where We Are and more!

Musa Joel also deliver speech in conferences and seminars, schools and corporations, giving simple suggestions and concrete techniques on business and relationships, and also giving inspirational and motivational speeches on workable success principles.
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