jubileeJubilee party symbol of Tuko Pamoja was on Saturday taken down at the Pangani headquarters, Nairobi.

The logo shows the hands of two people meeting as friends and equals.

”It is a powerful symbol about our parties joining together. The red is symbolic of the blood shed by martyrs for our freedom and independence, and the yellow is for the sunrise so we never forget that our best days are ahead of us,” the party highlights.

President Uhuru Kenyatta officially opened the offices on September 9, 2016 before launching the newly founded Jubilee party.

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The party saw 11 parties merge to become one of the biggest political parties in Kenya’s history.

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