Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced the easing of curfew.
The governor said people could go out between 8:am and 6:pm from Saturday.
He said: “We have decided to ease the curfew from tomorrow (Saturday) morning, which means people can leave from 8:am to 6:pm.
“For emphasize, from tomorrow morning at 8:00am you will be able to go out, go wherever you want until 6:00pm in the evening.”
Sanwo-Olu said this during a televised press conference at Lagos House in Marina.
The governor also warned of protests in the state, saying “enough is enough”.
“We need to keep talking to each other. In all the places I’ve been to today, people say they want peace, we all want peace, we can’t constantly lose our population and our monuments and infrastructure,” he added.
He also asked people who use social media to encourage and encourage citizens to give up on the protest.
Sanwo-Olu announced the introduction of curfew on Tuesday afternoon following state unrest.
Hoodlums used the #EndSARS protest against police brutality and extrajudicial killings to wreak havoc in the state.
The situation worsened when soldiers tried to disperse protesters at Lekki’s toll gates and opened fire on the youths.