Another earth tremor on Tuesday rocked the Kwoi community in Jaba Local Government Area of Kaduna State.
The incident had reportedly forced many residents to flee the community.
Our correspondent gathered that the Tuesday incident which occurred around 9am was accompanied by a heavy vibration.
An earlier tremor had taken place on Monday around 3am.
Following the incidents, schools in the city were shut down and students, who had just resumed from the long vacation, were asked to return home.
Many of the residents too had started fleeing the community.
A resident of the community, Ayuba Nok, in a chat with our correspondent described the Tuesday incident as more serious than the earlier ones.
Meanwhile, the Head of Geography Department, Kaduna State University, Dr. Idowu Abbas, said the constant incident of earth tremor in Kwoi town might lead to a major earthquake, urging the government to place the community on a watch list for a possible evacuation.
Meanwhile, a Non-Governmental Organisation, the Environmental Right Action and Friends of the Earth Nigeria, has condemned the relevant authorities for failing to institute a probe to ascertain the causes of the earth tremors that took place in some communities in Bayelsa and Rivers states.
Communities such as Mbiama and Okaki in Ahoada West local Government Area of Rivers State and Igbogene, in Yenagoa LGA of Bayelsa State were hit by earth tremors in July 2016.
The ERA observed in a field report after visiting the affected communities that findings from the residents of the communities confirmed that the incidents were real.
The report which was made available to reporters in Yenagoa on Tuesday indicated that there was need for the relevant authorities to institute a body of experts to ascertain the immediate and remote causes of the earth tremor to avoid future occurrence.