Samuel Aruwan, Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Media and Publicity, said in a statement that the curfew is effective from 11am till further notice.
Kaduna State Government has announced a relaxation of the 24-hour curfew it imposed on Kaduna metropolis with effect from Thursday.
Ibrahim gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Kaduna on Tuesday, and said that there was still tension in the state, which could only be checked by the restriction.
Chris Iwarah, Air Peace Communications Manager, confirmed the development to the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Lagos.
Journalists and civil servants, trapped by the imposition of an emergency 24-hour curfew by the Kaduna state government on Sunday, have recounted their ordeal.
The Senior Special Assistant to the state governor on Media and Publicity, Samuel Aruwan, stated this on Sunday in Kaduna
Dr Muhammad Bulama, the Commissioner of Home Affairs, Information and Culture, on Saturday in Maiduguri said that the curfew would now be observed between 10:30 pm and 6:00 am.
The Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Enyinnaya Appolos, made this known in a statement made available to News Agency of Nigeria in Umuahia on Friday.
In areas around Uratta Junction, Ariaria Junction, Tonimas Junction and Flyover Enugu-Port Harcourt Expressway, some people were seen carrying loads and waiting for vehicles to leave town.
The crisis, which erupted from a market bordering the communities, resulted in the killing of two persons and destruction of properties.
The Chairman of the council, Emmanuel Adamu, said in a statement in Kafachan that the curfew was imposed to forestall further loss of lives and restore normalcy.
A statement issued by the Public Relations Officer of the 23rd Brigade of the Nigerian Army, Yola, Lieutenant Ja’afaru Nuhu, on Thursday in Yola, the state capital, said the curfew would be between 6pm and 6am until further notice