How Boko Haram Fighters From Nigeria Were Killed, Captured By Chadian Troops. scores of the terrorists were killed, but only about 22 of them were captured in a video sent. “Boko Haram terrorists crossed from Nigeria border into Chad yesterday evening for an attack, but the Chadian troops killed scores of them. The visible bodies are 22, but tons of bodies were laid in the outskirts of the village," the source said. Just one week after Deby died from gunshot injuries from rebel forces, the Boko Haram insurgents have invaded at least five towns in Borno and Yobe states, attempting to capture more military bases and establish a caliphate. The invasions have led to the massive destruction of highly-priced and sophisticated military equipment, as well as the killing of more than 50 soldiers and civilians. On April 20, Deby died, according to an army spokesman, from injuries sustained on the frontlines. The Boko Haram insurgents might now have a larger stronghold to launch more violent attacks on military troops and bases, according to a report by the SB Morgen Intelligence. On April 23, three days after Deby’s death, Boko Haram attacked the headquarters of Geidam Local Government Area of Yobe State. Geidam is the hometown of the acting Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba Alkali. Two days later, Boko Haram invaded Mainok town in Borno State, killing at least 30 soldiers after invading a Nigerian Army base. Mainok is the headquarters of the Kaga Local Government Area of Borno State. On Monday, the Boko Haram and ISWAP insurgents attacked Gwoza and Wulgo towns in Borno State.