County governments have in the recent past shown interest in improving sports status in the country by rebuilding and upgrading stadiums.Governor Mvurya of Kwale County is not left out in this as towards the end of 2019 he initiated a plan to construct Kwale Stadium at a cost of KSH.450 million.
Works in the site have been going on well and the stadium is on its last stages of construction.It is set to have a main stand with a capacity of 5000 fans fitted with sits and roofed.On top of that it will have a FIFA standard football pitch and 8 lane tartan track for athletes and warm up sections.
It will also have changing rooms for home and away teams as well as referees.It will as well contain numerous washrooms for both players and fans.The stadium is set to be complete very soon and some FKFPL (Kenyan football league) clubs have started showing interest of using the stadium as their home ground.
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