I have seen this many times recently, where many so called "oh i can use Figma and Sketch" designers produce these random, meaningless logos in RGB or with fonts not outlined (which gives errors on opening), or both. Then they deliver this to the client in PNG.
Because, you know, everybody's hates Adobe and their monthly plans, but luckily we have Figma and Sketch now to save the world from Adobe's 'evil domination'. Well, yeah, in a way..
The normal way to design a logo for people who actually open Illustrator once in a while, is to first set it up for print in CMYK and always assume the thing will get printed at some point in time, regardess of one's Figma skills.
That way, you first and foremost have a CMYK logo. Then, you convert that to RGB for web.
Your client can contact the initial designer to fix this, otherwise, if you need to do it, you need to somehow match the existing blue as close as possible and explain this process to the client (you will never ever get a 100% identical blue in CMYK).
And yes, logos are delivered separately (read: two separate, distinct files) in CMYK and RGB for this particular reason.