Three years after the good relationship that once existed between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto started moving southwards, Uhuru's Jubilee party has rebranded itself ahead of 2022 general polls.
This is after the sidelined William Ruto together with his brigade, stormed out of the ruling outfit and created a new party UDA.
And as one way of ensuring the ruling party survives beyond 2022, its top leadership has embarked on vigorous rebranding, ensuring the party gets a new outlook.
In the new logo as shared by a local publication, Ruto's yellow colours have been done away with, and instead white and red (TNA) dominant colours re-introduced.
The motto clasped hands logo has also been dropped and a dove carrying a twig branch re-introduced. The "Tuko Pamoja" slogan has also been dropped and in place is "Mbele Pamoja."
It is reported that the new changes have been forwarded to Kenya Industrial Property Institute for trademarking.
The black and Yellow colours that initially belonged to Ruto's URP party have all been exported to the new UDA party, leaving Jubilee with Uhuru's former White and Red TNA colours.
This comes after Jubilee recently introduced rebranded vehicles for its campaigns.
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