As previously reported by, The decision was taken after an emergency meeting between the Ministry of Youth and Sports and Ghana Football Association (GFA) on Friday.

Twitter, has been chirping intensely since the news broke.

Some users are pleased by the news and have commended the Ghana Football Association for its decision.

Others have however urged that such exercise be carried out at the grass root to nip the issue of “Black Stars’ ill-performance” in the bud.

The call for Milo’s removal emerged after the abysmal performance of the senior national team at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. The Black Stars failed to win a single game in the group stage and exited the tournament with a point.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Football Association is yet to release an official communique announcing the removal.