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President Weah’s First Measure Against Government Overspending 

President George Manneh Weah instructed all ministries and agencies to restrict their spending to US$3,000 on operational costs.

The Executive Mansion in a release, ordered with immediate effect all autonomous agencies and public corporations of the government to authorize and expend a cumulative amount of not more than US$3,000 for operational expenses.

The directive furthered: “Any amount above the US$3,000 threshold must seek approval from the Office of the President.”

The release furthered mandated all HR Managers and all relevant signatories of the various autonomous agencies and public corporations to pay all legitimate salaries and other benefits to their employees.


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