The party has officially changed it's logo design, including colours, and slogan. Initially, the party's logo beared two hands lifted up in a handshake, a symbol which represented President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto's unity. The duo were united by the ICC cases in 2013 until 2018 when things began to turn sour.
In the new changes, Jubilee changed the logo to dove flying high, scrapped off the former yellow color which is largely linked to the DP and changed the party's slogan from "Tuko Pamoja" to "Mbele Pamoja".
Commenting to the changes, MP Ngunjiri told Kenyans that "It's slowly by slowly" meaning that the reforms have just began and Jubilee's revival will continue step at a time.
The vocal MP has been in the front line advocating for changes in the Party and recently promised Kenyans on Jubilee's revival.
Other leaders in the party have also been advocating for the same claiming that yhe party needs a new face by changing it's leadership.
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