Executive Mansion

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Exec′utive Man′sion

2. the official residence of the governor of a U.S. state.
[1830–40, Amer.]
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The Executive Mansion thru the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning should exert every effort necessary to have the budget submitted immediately to allow comprehensive analysis before its passage into law.
According to a press release issued by the Executive Mansion on Monday, 17 June, Old Road Community will be one of several communities in the country to benefit from the President's promise to build modern market facilities here.
During the meeting, the Executive Mansion says President Weah laments the high cost of trade and commerce between and among African countries than outside the Continent.
According to the Executive Mansion, Democracy Day is June 12, a national public holiday in Nigeria, which until June 6, 2018, was held annually on May 29.
President George Manneh Weah addresses the nation today, Wednesday, May 29, at 12:00 noon, according to the Executive Mansion.
According to the Executive Mansion press release issued Wednesday, 22 May, the president's statement comes amid high political tension in the country, occasioned by 'inflammatory statements from the opposition.' 'I am President for all Liberians and will remain so throughout my term,' President Weah says.

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