This is the first time the PDP which held sway in the state since 1999 lost to the opposition camp.
The both parties are projected to retain power in their domain.
The president who returned Friday night flew into the country through the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.
He is said to have stepped on some powerful toes while on his first term in office.
This is not the first time the DSS has refused to obey court orders for the release of detainees in its custody.
He said President Muhammadu Buhari who is currently on a private visit in far away London issued the directive.
The lawyer also said his client will return immediately if the court could guarantee his safety.
The decision to regulate the social media comes weeks after the government increased fines for hate speech, an action that has been described as a move to silent critics of the administration.
While the matter is still pending at a Federal High Court in Lagos, the president has notified the public of another private visit to the UK which will begin November 2.
The president is expected to spend two weeks there.