Kenyans have reacted after the vocal Nyeri Town Member of parliament hon Ngunjiri Wambugu posted the Allegedly new rebranded Jubilee Kits. Wambugu cited that things are done slowly but sure which is one of the strategy to revive the Jubilee party.
The new kits posted by Wambugu has slight changes from the original kits. In this new kit, the slogan "Tuko pamoja " which was adopted by president Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto has been removed and replaced with 'Reloaded.'
Some allied Kenyans have told Ngunjiri Wambugu that they should also remove one hand in the Logo because that use to the hand of the deputy president William Ruto and since they Allegedly left to the United Democratic alliances, it should not be part of their new Logo."Remove one hand, it was used to be Ruto's" Eliud Said.
The Jubilee party seems to have lost it's glory after splitting it to two groups one allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta and the other one allied to the deputy president William Ruto. The rebranding of the party is now the priority of the Jubilee Leadership ahead of the 2022 general elections.
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