Photo: Jubilee party current logo
There is some confusion and disagreement within Jubilee leaderships and they differ on calls to have its party logo changed. The move to have it changed was decided in bid to completely get rid of any association with DP Ruto and his URP party. While reacting to move to have it changed, the self proclaimed Kieleweke founder, hon Wambugu Ngunjiri has disagreed with the plan.
"I DO NOT AGREE WITH PLANS TO CHANGE JUBILEE PARTY COLORS OR LOGO..." read the post from Ngunjiri.
The Nyeru town mp claimed that the suggestion from their party SG to have the logo changed just because some members left was primitive and backwardness. He added that their party was much bigger than that and it signified unity that is why the handshake sign was necessary.
Photo; Nyeri Town Mp hon Wambugu Ngunjiri
He added, "I hear our Jubilee Party SG has suggested we should change our party logo and colors, because some of our members have left. i do not agree. Our party is about unity - which is what the two clasped hands signify. The colors work for us."
Wambugu insisted a party logo and colors cannot be changed every time some members leave. (Or join) and that parties must now be bigger than any individuals within.
"Unless we are saying that we will be changing our party logos and colors every time someone leaves (or joins) the party. Let’s not fall into the trap of making some people look bigger than they are," posted Wambugu Ngunjiri.
While reacting to Wambugu's protest a section of Kenyans have shared their funny recommendation on how the party logo should be changed to;
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