Muri gave the warning in a statement by the command’s spokesman, ASP Mohammed Jaleh in Kaduna on Sunday.
The Deputy Governor of the State, Alhaji Haruna Manu, announced the order in a statewide broadcast in Jalingo on Saturday night.
Samuel Aruwan, the Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, said in a statement issued in Kaduna on Saturday that the decision was to safeguard lives and properties.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the 48 hours curfew was imposed in the state following wanton destruction of public buildings and other property, including High Court Complex, Asaba.
The announcement came barely 48 hours after Oyetola announced the suspension of the earlier dusk-to-dawn curfew imposed on the state following the #EndSARS protests by some youths in the state.
Oyetola announced the reinstatement of the curfew in a statement on Saturday.
The curfew was reinstated following developments in the state that included the storming of the palliative warehouse in Jos, the state capital, and looting of stores.
A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria reports that the hoodlums were seen in their numbers carting away bags of rice, noodles, salt and gallons of vegetable oil.
Donald Ojogo, Commissioner for Information and Orientation, said on Friday in Akure, that the decision is with effect from Saturday.
A statement by Crusoe Osagie, Special Adviser on Media and Communications Strategy to Governor Godwin Obaseki announced this in a statement on Thursday in Benin.
Okowa made the announcement in a statewide broadcast in Asaba.
Prince Wole Oyebamiji, the Secretary to the State Government, made this known on Thursday in Osogbo.
The governor announced the review in a statement by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Danladi Atu, on Thursday in Jos.
This, he said became necessary in order to forestall unwholesome conduct of some miscreants who capitalised on the #EndSARS protests to perpetrate criminal acts, including robbing, killing and destruction of public and private properties.
The News Agency of Nigeria correspondent, who monitored the situation on Thursday observed that some shops and markets were opened for business.
Abdurrahman gave the directive in a statement by the state Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Daniel Ndukwe, on Thursday in Enugu.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu had in a statewide broadcast on Tuesday imposed a 24-hour curfew on the state in order to prevent loss of lives and property as protests seemed to have been hijacked by hoodlums.
The protesters were seen at various major junctions, including the popular Warehouse and Control roundabout.
Crusoe Osagie, Special Adviser on Media and Communications Strategy to Gov. Godwin Obaseki, made this known on Wednesday.
Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu imposed the curfew to take effect from 4 p.m. on Tuesday as part of his strategies to end the violence which trailed the #EndSARS protest in Lagos.