There have been reports of countries sending troops to the Central African Republic in the wake of recent insecurity, with Rwanda sending more troops in the wake of attacks by militants in the country.
In the run-up to the presidential election, security has been beefed up in various parts of the country, which have been plagued by insecurity.
The Nepalese Armed Forces are in charge of security in Bocaranga, Bangladesh are committed to maintaining security in the Yakore area and the Burundian forces are deploying in the Sibut area.
The militants are also said to be in favor of François Bozize on suspicion of plotting to overthrow the regime after his failure to run for office again
Roads in Bossemptele, Bossembele and Bossangoa were closed.
François Bozize led the Central African Republic from 2003 to 2013.