The 49-year-old sherpa on Wednesday broke his own record of reaching atop the world's highest peak for the 23rd time, becoming the only to achieve the milestone.
Mingma said that they would inform the Department of Tourism regarding Rita's second ascent this season.
Rita has been climbing Mt. Everest since 1994. He couldn't climb the Everest in 1995 after his client got sick on the way to summit, My Republica, another prominent daily in the Himalayan nation, reported.
In 1995, he abandoned the summit bid after the deadliest avalanche killed expedition teams.
In 2017, Kami became the 3rd person to climb Mt. Everest for 21 times, equalising the achievement of Apa Sherpa and Phurba Tashi Sherpa, both of whom have since retired.
Kami broke record for set record of most summits on Mt. Everest in 2018.
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