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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Billionaire Roman Abramovich in Tanzania

... set to climb Africa's tallest mountain Mt. Kilimanjaro from tomorrow morning

Chelsea's Billionaire Russian owner Roman Abramovich jetted in to Arusha, Tanzania at 8pm last night ready to scale Africa's tallest Mount Kilimanjaro. The moneyed man flew into Kilimanjaro International Airport on a chartered Boeing 747 200 seater jet with only six people in tow. Lucky to bump into the billionaire was Tanzania Deputy Minister for Trade and Industries Dr. Cyril Chami (in picture) who exchanged a few pleasantries with Roman before being driven to Arusha's exclusive Rivertree Country Inn where he spent the night.

His is scheduled to start the 8 day Kilimanjaro rugged terrain climb via the Shira Route on the western slope of the mountain via the Western Breach Wall.

His is scheduled to return to England on Tuesday Sept 15th to watch the UEFA champions league match between Chelsea and Porto and Stanford Bridge.
He is accompanied by amoungst other two of his bodyguards. Reports say Rivertree Inn was sealed off to the general public last night because of the prescence of Mr. Chelsea.

Money Talks!

(pic courtesy of IPP Media)

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