Reports of fresh anti-police brutality protests in Nigeria planned for Monday have been published by local media.
The new threats come after a court order granted the Central Bank of Nigeria the right to freeze the accounts of 19 individuals and a public affairs company linked to the #EndSARS protests.
Different groups, including Muslim Rights Concern (Muric), have urged people not to participate in fresh protests.
The Lagos state government has also advised residents against taking part.
A panel formed to look into police brutality cases has been hearing from victims.
Police have warned that no protests will be allowed.