He said it was important to recognize that no society made progress when the people were polarized along party lines.
Mr Danso, who was speaking to the Ghana News Agency in Kumasi on Thursday, said it was time “we put the country ahead of individual ambition and partisan interests”.
He called for continued calm as the Supreme Court hears the election petition and that
politicians and lawyers who got the opportunity to speak on it should desist from distorting facts.
He said political parties and their followers should accept the verdict of the nation’s highest court to enable the nation to move on.
“To grow the country’s democracy, it is pertinent for all the key actors to accept to be tolerant and to show respect for the rule of law,” he said.
He said Ghanaians would not forgive anybody who would plunge the nation into chaos.