This formed part of the resolutions reached by the legislators in the upper chamber of the National Assembly in Abuja, the capital of the country, during Tuesday's plenary.
They stressed the need for the President to address Nigerians urgently, in particular the protesters on the issues posed, and called on all Nigerians to return to the use of legal institutions to settle conflicts and disputes.
The senators also encouraged all levels of government to implement and maintain social-economic reform programs that would improve the quality of people's lives.
They called on the police to work in a democratic atmosphere in full compliance with the rules of engagement that are relevant.
The Senate also requested Police Inspector General Mohammed Adamu to ensure a thorough, systematic reform of the police.