The Imo State House of Assembly on Thursday banned any further protest in the state.
The protests, according to the state assembly, have become dangerous events and a threat to the Imo residents.
The ban is coming on the heels of the incessant protests of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state over the Supreme Court ruling that sacked its governorship candidate, Emeka Ihedioha.
The Assembly in its statement urged the aggrieved opposition party to take redress to court to establish their displeasure over the ruling of the Apex Court on Tuesday 14th, January, on the governorship election in the state, rather than constituting a nuisance.
The lawmakers also passed a vote of confidence on Governor Hope Uzondinma and the Supreme Court.