Common sense has been left stranded outside the headquarters of the Ghana Education Service (GES) after directors refused to grant it admission into their school of thought.
The Public Relations Officer of GES, Rev. Jonathan Bettey confirmed this when he offhandedly asked the headmistress of Wesley Girls High School to “manage” an extra 200 students even though the school’s facilities have not been updated to cope with the extra numbers.
The directors of GES maintain their school of thought is full- of nonsense, hence they are incapable of admitting any amount of common sense. They insist the allocation process is flawed and have asked for the Common Sense Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) to be scrapped.
The PRO of GES said they “will resist any attempt to get them to admit common sense into their nonsensical school of thought.”