All features linked with William Samoei Ruto have been removed from the ruling Jubilee Party's emblem and motto.
The yellow and black colors have been removed, and a flying dove carrying an olive branch has replaced the clasped hands. The motto "Tuko Pamoja" has been replaced by "Mbele Pamoja."
Yellow and black were the colors of the United Republican Party (URP), which was led by Deputy President William Ruto and dissolved in 2016 after joining forces with President Uhuru Kenyatta's The National Alliance (TNA) and other parties to form the Jubilee Party.The new logo, which is solely red and white, has been submitted for registration to the Kenya Industrial Property Institute (Kipi), which is in charge of the country's trademarks. The emblem will be utilized for political lobbying, according to Kipi's November diary. The party will claim exclusivity in clothes, footwear, and headgear, as well as any other appearances.
Kutuny, while speaking to daily nation paper, said that they are going to rebrand it further to make sure Ruto's colour and symbols are totally removed as they are preparing to have candidates and aspirants next year.
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