The Jubilee Coalition was formed after a merger between several parties with main players being Uhuru's TNA and Ruto's URP, the coalition settled on red and yellow colours that had been for TNA and URP respectively, their logo was a handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy Wiliam Ruto, the slogan was "Tuko Pamoja" meaning we are together.
According to the changes as shared by a local media house, the ruling party has replaced the handshake with a flying bird carrying a leaf, the slogan has since been changed to Mbele Pamoja loosely translated into ahead together. The party has done away with the yellow colours and instead settled on red and white. See below.
The move comes after deputy president William Ruto led a number of politicians out of the troubled party and formed United Democratic Alliance party which they have settled on as their 2022 political vehicle.
Jubilee is currently in talks with the Orange Democratic Movement party over a possible political pact ahead of 2022.
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