The police in Bayelsa state have imposed three-day dusk-to-dawn curfew following an outbreak of protests and violence in different parts of the state.
The Commissioner of Police in the state, Uche Anozia, said the curfew would last between 8 AM to 6 AM, beginning from Friday to Sunday.
Some Angry groups occupied major streets and the Government House on Friday morning, armed with APC flags and bearing placards, protesting the ruling of the apex court.
The protesting members also called for a review of the Supreme court judgement which sacked David Lyon as Bayelsa State governor-elect.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) secretariat in Yenagoa was also not spared as the angry protesters attacked the building destroying properties.
Commissioner of Police said eight persons had been arrested so far for violent conducts.
He warned residents to obey the curfew, insisting that violators would be arrested and dealt with.