President Anthony Carmona will address several issues raised in the public domain related to his office on Monday.
Over the last couple days debate has been raging about spending at the President's House, after the Auditor General's report pointed to "85 instances of incorrect classification of expenditure, totalling $2,685,236.90, in contravention of financial regulation 65, which stipulates that a vote may not be applied to a purpose for which it was not intended" at President's House.
In the report, Auditor General Majid Ali said: "Typographical and other errors, as well as omissions continue to be evident in certain Appropriation Accounts submitted for audit."
However, he made it clear that errors or omissions which were referred to "have no material effect on the truth and fairness of the Public Accounts," unless otherwise stated in the report.
There were also queries about spending on wine and jewelry.
In a press release yesterday, Carmona said he would address the matter on Monday.
He also offered condolences to the family of his butler Choy Richardson who died earlier this week.
"Choy Richardson was a genuine, loving human being we were privileged to know and who we respected tremendously for his exemplary selflessness and his sense of personal consideration for all.
"His loving sense of genuine service ensured those he served enjoyed every moment of the function they attended. His work ethic was phenomenal. Choy was very compassionate and kind to our children, Christian and Anura, and for this we are eternally grateful.
"His capacity to please and comfort knew no bounds. We are in deep grief at his untimely passing," Carmona said.
Richardson's funeral is carded for Monday.