Jubilee party has been a house in discode since the March 2018 handshake between the party leader President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, that saw rifts emerge in the party.
However at the start of the year, DP Ruto and his affiliates jumped sides and threw weight behind the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.
Plans by Jubilee party to change the branding of the party including the logo and the slogan have leaked sparking mixed reactions from Kenyans.
The ruling Jubilee Party plans to change its branding to mark severance of ties with Deputy President William Ruto’s wing and set the stage for coalition negotiations with the opposition ODM.
The leaked details of the plan to change branding of the Jubilee party have sparked a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have expressed mixed opinions.
Some have stated that the move to rebrand Jubilee party amid the woes in the party are kicks of a dying horse, adding that Jubilee party can not be revived.
Below are some of the reactions of Kenyans online;
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