While Americans are not expected to be targeted, the embassy urge people to avoid any potential protests or demonstrations.
Strong ties between the two nations have existed since the resettlement of freed slaves and freemen from North America at the start of the 19th century.
The U.S. has invested heavily in Liberia both individually and through the prism of the United Nations mission in the country UNMIL.
The U.S. also took significant action to help Liberia grapple with Ebola under former President Barack Obama. At least 3,000 troops were sent to the region and a regional command center was set up in Liberia’s capital Monrovia.
While advising its citizens to remain vigilant- the U.S. praised the election held in October. The embassy in Liberia announced it was inspired to see 1.5 million people put their faith in democracy.