The militants opened fire on residents, set fire to houses, and targeted a crowd with suicide bombers near the northeastern city of Maiduguri.
Around 30 people were reported killed and 80 injured when blasts from three suicide bombers hit the Chadian island of Koulfoua in Lake Chad.
Troops successfully raided the militant group's camps in two northeastern villages, where they managed to rescue 338 people, including nearly 200 children.
The multiple incidents occurred in the northeastern city of Maiduguri, and today's attacks were reportedly carried out by three females aged between 11 and 15.
The militant group released footage that purportedly shows a Nigerian soldier being decapitated on the same day that coordinated explosions killed 37 people.
This restriction for the period of Eid celebrations came as the Nigerian army claimed to have rescued 241 women and children as it gains territory from the Islamic State-affiliated group.
In just five months, attacks by the militant group Boko Haram have displaced 500,000 children from their homes in northern Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon, and Niger.
Former Chadian dictator Hissene Habre had to be carried into court and restrained by masked security guards at the re-start of his trial for crimes against humanity.
A double suicide bombing killed 19 people and wounded 143 on Thursday in northern Cameroon, and attacks by the Islamist militant group are creating hundreds of thousands of refugees.
Officials trumpeted the arrest of 14 Boko Haram suspects across the country over the last two months, just as the insurgency killed 56 people in a village in Borno State.
There were claims last week that Islamic State-affiliated militant group Boko Haram had a new leader, fuelling claims that Abubakar Shekau had died. He's now reportedly released a new audio message.
The president claimed that Boko Haram has a new leader, and said the fight against the Nigerian militant group would be over "before the end of the year."