The government has also shut down schools, both private and public, operating in all the local governments in the state.
According to Governor Simon Lalong, the curfew will come into force from 4 pm on Wednesday until further notice.
This was contained in a statement by Prof. Solo Chukwulobelu, Secretary to the State Government.
The National Incident Manager, Mukhtar Mohammed, disclosed this at a press briefing of the Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19 in Abuja.
Consequently, Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has directed that from Monday the dusk to dawn curfew from 7.00 p.m. to 7.00a.m. would take effect.
Governor Nyesom Wike, in a statewide broadcast, said the decision to impose the on the entire State was taken after an exhaustive deliberation by the State Security Council at the Government House, Port Harcourt on Thursday.
The state Commissioner of Police, Olawale Olokode, gave the advice on Monday in Osogbo following a 24-hour curfew imposed by the state government on the communities.
This was disclosed in a statement on Sunday by the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, in a statement.
Akin Omole, the Commissioner for Information and Values Orientation, made this known in a statement in Ado Ekiti, saying Governor Kayode Fayemi gave approval for the development.
These restrictions take effect from 5am on Monday, January 11, 2021.
This was contained in a statement in Ilorin by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Rafiu Ajakaye.
Funke Egbemode, the state’s Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation said this in a statement on Wednesday in Osogbo.
Abang, who made the appeal at a press briefing on Wednesday in Calabar on the issue of the kidnap of a second medical doctor, Godwin Udo, announced that doctors in the state have immediately commenced an indefinite strike pending the unconditional release of their colleague.
This is contained in a statement by the state’s Commissioner for Information, Nnanyelugo Aroh in Enugu, on Monday.
Governor Ahmadu Fintiri, who stated this in Yola on Thursday, said that the curfew would be from 8am to 6pm., beginning from October 30.
The experts, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria in separate interviews in Abuja on Monday, said the stability of the market was due to improved stock market infrastructure.
No new date has been announced for the resumption of the examinations.
The News Agency of Nigeria correspondent reports that joint security personnel were enforcing the curfew imposed on the state as roads were deserted, vehicular and human movements were also affected and restricted by the curfew.
The hoodlums seized on the curfew imposed by the Lagos State Government in the wake of the violence and looting that engulfed the state in the aftermath of the #EndSARS protests in the country to carry out the attack.
Fintiri declared the curfew in a special broadcast on Sunday, warning that the government will not fold its hands and allow few elements to destabilise the relative peace enjoyed in the state.