Jubilee party has surprised many Kenyans for unveiling a rebranded logo and party Moto. In the latest changes in the party, it's a message that the two parties, URP and TNA that formed the party have parted ways officially. The two greeting hands have been replaced with a dove. The party motto was "Tuko Pamoja" has been altered to " Mbele Pamoja."
That was the famous greeting between Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto that was common during the 2013 and 2017 campaigns. The black and yellow colors that are associated with William Ruto's URP have been changed also with Red and white colors that belonged to Uhuru's party TNA.
The Jubilee rebranding has two meanings. One reason is to symbolize the fallout between Uhuru and Ruto after the two seemed not to be reading from the same page after the introduction of the handshake between Raila and Uhuru in 2018, which made the two differ for personal reasons known to them.
Another reason is for political purposes. As the country heads to the 2022 general elections, the party is trying to rebrand as a way of filling candidates for various political seats. It may be used also to form coalitions since the Jubilee party will not be having a presidential candidate.
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