Jomo Kenyatta; Light blue standard with a yellow Cockerel.Jomo's presidential standard at Independence was the Kenyan flag with the court of arms on a dark background. A plain blue flag with two yellow spears and a shield became the standard in 1970. Additionally, it included a yellow cockerel, which served as the emblem for the previous ruling party, KANU.
Daniel Moi; Green standard with a red Cockerel.When Moi took over in 1978, he maintained a similar design but on a solid green colour and made the shield bigger while the cockerel was turned from yellow to red.
Mwai Kibaki; White standard with two olives branches.Kibaki picked the white flag but kept the shield and spears, just like his forefathers. Kibaki's standard also featured two olive branches surrounding the shield to represent peace and prosperity.
Uhuru Kenyatta; Light blue standard with a dove.Uhuru chose to utilize the same shade of blue as his father, but made a few minor changes to the spears and his standard now has a white dove rather than a cockerel. His then-majority The National Alliance Party used the dove as its primary emblem (TNA).
William Ruto; Yellow standard with a wheelbarrow. Dr William Samoe Ruto has chosen a yellow colour Wich dominate his UDA patty colour with a wheelbarrow symbol which represents hustler narrative.
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