If we are talking Government agencies that don't just have a presence on social media but also give precise and witty responses, then without a doubt you know we're talking about the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission's twitter, @officialEFCC.

With the recovery of money by operatives of the #EFCC in a building in Kaduna of a sum of $9,772,800 and another sum of £74,000 cash. More recently the ones discovered in the EFCC found $38m, £27k, N23m in a house in Gerrard Road, Ikoyi. Social media has been abuzz with what happens to these recovered monies.

The tweets and replies below will put everything to perspective: 

@officialEFCC do you refund money collected from yahoo boys to the respective countries they stole it from?

@officialEFCC said: A lot of foreigners can testify to receiving their monies back.

Bolarinwa Olajide @iambolar @officialEFCC, What happens to the found loot/money?

Hello Bolarinwa. When a court orders a final forfeiture order, the monies go into the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the FG.

Hello Bolarinwa. When a court orders a final forfeiture order, the monies go into the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the FG. https://t.co/77UaoEX5oG

— EFCC Nigeria (@officialEFCC) April 13, 2017

J Chuks(@chuksST) asked, @officialEFCC It will be unfair to recover this huge amount without telling Nigerians the owner.

@officialEFCC replied saying, "The owners do not wait around to be found or questioned. Investigations will reveal the truth and your favourite handle will let you know."

 

The owners do not wait around to be found or questioned. Investigations will reveal the truth and your favourite handle will let you know. https://t.co/mOD56eBwUr

— EFCC Nigeria (@officialEFCC) April 13, 2017

Other notable tweets include;

Speak for yourself Ayo. Leave sensible Nigerians alone. The #EFCC will never threaten anybody; whether expressly or tacitly. https://t.co/Yo8c0bZO2v

— EFCC Nigeria (@officialEFCC) April 11, 2017