Taiwan on Friday through her Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOF) issued a yellow travel alert for Ghana, which it says is a possible target for terrorist attacks, while issuing an orange travel alert for Liberia and Sierra Leone amid signs of Ebola cases reemerging there.
Under the MOFA’s four color travel advisory system, the lowest warning level is gray , followed by yellow, then orange and finally red.
A red alert is the highest warning level and advises people to refrain from traveling to the region in question.
The ministry said Ghana has been listed as one of the targets for the next terrorist attack, according to Mali terrorists caught by Ivory Coast authorities.
As for Liberia and Sierra Leone, the ministry said the Ebola outbreak, which had been under control until March, showed signs of resurging.