Police are set for a showdown with youths over the second phase of the #EndSARS protests.
The protests are billed to begin on Monday in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and other cities.
There was anxiety as various police commands yesterday warned against such gatherings.
The organisers, who raised awareness on the social media, said the second phase was to demand the release of all protesters detained following the first phase.
They also want restrictions on all accounts of #EndSARS leaders at the instance of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) lifted.
Destroyed, vandalised or looted were 269 private and companies’ assets during the #EndSARS protests.
No less than 243 government facilities were burnt or vandalised and 81 warehouses looted.
In Edo, Lagos, Abia, Delta, Ondo and Ebonyi states, 1,957 inmates were set free from eight Medium Security Custodial Centres and 31 employees of the Prisons Service injured.
There were about 196 injured policemen, 164 destroyed police vehicles and 134 burnt police stations.
Supporters of the planned protests, which have remained a trending topic across social media platforms since last week, said they were undeterred by the threats by security operatives.
Some asked the police and government to go after those who wreaked havoc, during the first phase of the #EndSARS protests and bring them to justice.
They said labelling #ENDSARS protesters as criminals will not demoralise them.