Jubilee Party has redesigned its logo, dropping all association with URP.
The new logo, forwarded to Kenya Industrial Property Institute for trademarking, features a dove (in place of clasped hands) and is red and white in colour.
The black and yellow colours associated with URP have been dropped. The motto has also been changed from "Tuko Pamoja" to "Mbele Pamoja."
This caused mixed reactions from netizens. Here are some of the reactions for your perusal.
Steven said, "Dear Kenyan brothers and sisters, Putting aside all differences. HE Bobi wine the legitimate elected president of Uganda sending you greetings. Thanks for your support always."
Hiram said, "Who Bewitched Jubilee? Even getting an appealing logo is a problem? That thing should be disbanded and everyone goes their way, the same person who advocated for two strong political formations is busy sponsoring every tribe and village to form their political party."
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