How Mukwelle Sabina is Transforming the Mediocre PBHev Laptops

PBHev Laptops
How Mukwelle Sabina is Transforming the Mediocre PBHev Laptops

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Sabina Mukwelle is adding her own touch to the mediocre and highly criticised PBHev laptops. It’s no news that the president of Cameroon’s gift to University has been under scrutiny since its arrival.

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The incredible low-quality laptops which were produced from a ridiculous 75 billion FCFA loan, doesn’t even surmount most good smartphones/tablets. Some students use theirs as power banks whereas others are barely managing since they have no option.

However, Sabina Mukwelle decided to make a business out of it. She’s fabricating laptop covers using the African print fabric. How chic is that? If it can’t do its actual job you could use it as an accessory.

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Mukwelle Sabina professionally known as “M.sabi” is the CEO and founder of Sabina’s fashion. She is a graduate with an LLB in law and a holder of fashion and designing diplomas from several institutions.

”I found it pleased to prove to fellow Cameroonians that we should at learn to make use of what we have. When I took my laptop I thought it had no use but that still inspired me to produce a cover that can serve as a preservation not only to the “Pbhev” but to any other laptop one can afford” she told us”.

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”With these laptop covers, I am able to employ myself. I use the laptop itself to produce graphic designs which in turn facilitates my designing dream”.

We do appreciate Mukwelle Sabina for her ingenuity and sense of creativity. At least someone is using the PBHev in a good way.

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The beautiful African print inspired laptop covers are not limited to the PBHev laptops. You can have yours customised if you want to give our laptop a different look.

Contact Mukwelle Sabina today for more beautiful laptop covers.

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