Mr Tunji Moronfoye, the Commissioner for Information and Communication, gave the warning when he addressed newsmen in llorin.
He said government was making efforts to sustain the natural environment in the state and would not allow any body or group to impede this.
The commissioner said a seven-man committee on environment set up by the state government would continue to monitor activities in the forests to ensure compliance.
Moronfoye, however, appealed to primary school teachers and local government staff to be patient with government in its bid to pay the N3,000 added to the salaries of civil servants.
He attributed the delay in the payment of the increment to shortage of funds.
The commissioner also assured the staff of parastatal agencies of government’s commitment to effecting the payment.
He advised the people of the state continue to support the state government in its effort to ensure delivery of the dividends of democracy. (NAN)