The governorship candidate, who gave the advice during an interactive session with newsmen in Katsina on Sunday, said that such campaigns would move the state forward.
That’s not going to help our state,” he said.
The governorship candidate said that some of the politicians moving from one party to another were doing so out of their personal interests, and not in the interest of the people and the state.
According to him, what concern an average voter is the credibility of the person they are voting for rather than the party belongs to.
“The era of using political party affiliation as basis for getting people’s support is over.
“Let our campaigns be based on issues, such as what we can do to address the myriad of challenges confronting our people, not that this party has brought this or has done that,” he said.
Radda promised to collaborate with newsmen to move the state forward, adding that the media were partners in enhancing development in any society.
He also said that the new electoral law would go a long in enhancing transparency in the democratic process in the country.
The governorship candidate said the electoral law would also allow votes to count, thus building confidence in the electorate.