The 2010 Cote d'Ivoire Election has increased the danger of travel to Liberia, there is a risk of being involved in civil war.
Mon, 13 Dec 2010 21:43:06
I hung around too long in Grand Bassam, Cote d'Ivoire, then not quite thinking, I made a decision to go visit an old girlfriend in Cinkasse, Togo. The election was just starting, and everyone said there would be no problems.
Well, Laurent Gbagbo the existing President in 2010 refused to step down
When Cote d'Ivoire held a long delayed presidential election in October followed by a runoff poll on November 28 between Gbagbo and Ouattara. The U.N. declared Ouattara as clear winner, but both men had already declared victory and had themselves sworn in by loyalists.
There is presently in December of 2010 two President, and makes both political candidates ready to start a civil war.
Today is December 14, 2010, I am in Ho, Ghana waiting for Christmas, and New Years to pass, I also need to go to Accra to get a Liberia Visa, but can also attain one in Abidjan, but the process is questionable.
My Alternatives: Options