On Thursday the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) secured a sentence and it was proud to celebrate it.

The anti-graft agency found it necessary to let Nigerians know it is winning the war against corruption or so they think.

"#Fraud: MD of A.M. Global Energy Limited, Abubakar Mubi, arrested in 2012 for N23.5m fraud today pleaded guilty & was sentenced to 6months in prison by Justice Umar of Fed High Court, Gombe. He deceived his client that he could supply 20 trailer-load of LPFO at N62/lit".

But the tweet did not go down well with majority of Twitter users.

That tweet drew attention to the handle, something it had lost since the former handler @FSHAW walked away.

Different comments poured in, but most of them bore signs of how far Nigerians want the anti-graft war conducted.

Most of them wondered why it was just six months jail term that a person that committed a fraud of 23.5 million Naira got.

Their reactions emphasised the height of reforms that the nation's constitution and judicial system needs at this time.

See some of the comments that was posted as reply to this tweet.

EFCC jail term for 23 million Naira angers Nigeria
EFCC jail term for 23 million Naira angers Nigeria
EFCC jail term for 23 million Naira angers Nigeria
EFCC jail term for 23 million Naira angers Nigeria
EFCC jail term for 23 million Naira angers Nigeria