Near Port Selao
The streets are jammed with militia. Roadblocks have been set up at every corner. It’s impossible to go 10 kilometres without encountering a checkpoint of some kind. And the checkpoint rules are to shoot first. These are the worst of times.
What few civilians I see are leaving their villages and making for the borders. Or they’re still in hiding.
There’s a tense stand-off between the two factions, the UFLL and the APR. Maybe they realize that if they attack each other, they’ll kill themselves off in quick order. Whatever it is, the tension is thick. It seems a pin-prick could ignite everything.