Rabi Adamu Musa had a post-qualification career kick-start as an Assistant Monitoring and Evaluation Officer with the Riders for Health, a United Kingdom transport company based in Abuja, Nigeria for approximately one year. Worked as a counsel at the City Law Firm and Succeeded as a pioneer team member to set up and run the Africa Youth Platform for Development (AYPAD), supported by the Danish Government to cater for the less privileged in Plateau state, Nigeria. Acquired skills in entrepreneurship and youth development from the University of Connecticut, USA, also a certified legal practitioner. Initiated and launched Taurus Young hearts Ventures for less privileged children in Kafanchan, Kaduna State, Supported by the Ashoka Youth Venture in USA, in 2011. Served as a delegate, in the 2013 winter annual youth assembly in the United Nations Headquarters, in New York City, USA.