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    George Njoroge: Meet Azimio IT Guru Who Built Data Empire

    George Njoroge is a prolific IT and Computer forensics guru who built one of the continent's largest data recovery and computer forensics firms - East Africa Data Handlers (EADH). He has served as Managing Director of the company since establishing it 15 years ago.

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    George Njoroge: Meet Azimio IT Guru Who Built Data Empire

    George Njoroge is a prolific IT and Computer forensics guru who built one of the continent's largest data recovery and computer forensics firms - East Africa Data Handlers (EADH). He has served as Managing Director of the company since establishing it 15 years ago.

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