The Kaduna state government may re- impose a sunset-to-dawn curfew again to douse serious tension and skirmishes that have taken over the city.
Saharareporters sources said a minor dispute between two traders at the Central Market in the city has led to pockets of violence that was a carryover from Sunday's retaliatory attacks following the bombing of three churches that killed at least 50 people.
Violence has broken out in Tundun Wada, Rigasa, Gonin Gora, Dirkaniyya and Panteka. Soldiers are seen moving around neighborhoods to stop Muslim youths from engaging in reprisal attacks against Christians.
The tension soaked city has caused some motorists to abandon their cars on the streets to escape the uncertainty.