Yellow is missing: Has Jubilee party changed its logo?

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 1 Nov, 2021 19:29 | 2 mins read
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. PHOTO/COURTESY

Netizens have raised questions on whether the ruling party Jubilee has changed the colours in its logo after noticing something peculiar colours on it.

During a press conference by the Jubilee Party members, on Monday, a section of Kenyans was quick to notice that the colours in the party's logo used in the presser were different.

On the logo, the usual black coloured hands were replaced by white-painted while the yellow colour of the circle was replaced by the red colours.

Jubilee party's purported new logo. PHOTO/COURTESY

"The new-look logo with white coloured pair of hands is good... it feels SAFE," one Nathan David noted following the changes.

The new colours were contrary to Jubilee usual colours which are red, yellow, black and white.

The purported changes come months after Jubilee Party revealed that they are planning a major rebrand to mark severance of ties with Deputy President William Ruto and his allies as they work on entering a coalition with the Orange Democratic Party.

In a previous interview with a local daily, Jubilee Deputy Secretary-General Joshua Kuttuny that the party was planning to have a new look that will involve tweaking of colours, symbols and logo.

Kuttuny said that Jubilee's current colours were derived from The National Alliance (TNA) of President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP Ruto's United Republic Party (URP).

When K24 Digital reached out to Jubilee Secretary-General Raphael Tuju for comments to confirm if the party had changed its logo as earlier claimed by Kuttuny, Tuju refuted the claims noting that they were speculations.

"People must speculate. There is no way by which the Party can launch a logo on social media," Tuju said.