Umar Muri, the Commissioner of Police in the state, gave the warning in a statement by the command’s spokesperson, ASP Mohammed Jalige, on Saturday in Kaduna.
The Governor on Monday said the State Government had shown sincerity and willingness to address all concerns raised by the protesters, given the actions taken so far, including the constitution of the Judicial Panel of Inquiry and setting up of compensation funds for the victims.
The Director General of the Agency, Dr. Garba Abari, made the call in a statement on Wednesday.
The spokesman of the Command, Abimbola Oyeyemi, revealed this in a statement on Sunday, saying the confiscation of the arms and arrest of the suspects was carried out on Saturday after the protest calling for the dissolution of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad turned violent.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that hundreds of Badagry youths had gathered at Mowo junction of the expressway as early as 7a.m. on Thursday, protesting the deplorable state of the road.
This was even as senators stormed the Abuja Court in solidarity with the embattled senator.
Ojudu stated this while fielding questions from State House correspondents shortly after addressing the pro-President Buhari protesters at the Federal Secretariat/Supreme Court Junction of main entrance of the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Monday.
The Commissioner of Police in the state, Abubakar Umar Manko, while briefing newsmen after the Security Council meeting chaired by the state Governor, Babatunde Fashola (SAN), at Lagos House, Marina, also said Police would commence strict enforcement of the law against illegal use of siren in the state