A Kilifi county representative has moved five motions to compel the county government to develop infrastructure that will benefit all constituencies.
Top among them include development of libraries in every ward to boost education standards and information systems.
Stanley Kenga (Marereni) wants the county government to allocate funds for setting up a modern sports grounds.
He said the county lacks proper fishing equipment, which gives foreign fishermen an upper hand.
Speaking to journalists outside the county assembly offices after presenting three motions, Kenga said modern grounds will reduce cases of drug abuse among the youth.
At the same time he wanted to compel the county government to begin processing title deeds for all public primary schools in the county.
At the same time the county assembly member moved a motion aimed at pushing the county to develop a plan for urban areas.
"Our county has no modern sports grounds, is the county can allocate funds we can set up the facilities and achieve the goal during the five year term," he said.
On education he said there were libraries in Malindi, Kilifi and Dzitsoni which were not enough.
He said local fishermen were not able to go fishing in the deep sea due to lack of skills, and modern equipments.
"We hear that the fishermen only go 20 kilometers from the shores and we have over 200 nautical miles that remain underutilized, if these fishermen are trained, equipped with powerful fishing gears and storage facilities production could easily increase and raise the revenue for the county,"; he said.
Kenga said over 90 percent of the public schools in the county had no ownership documents and through support from the county all of them could get tittles
"Most of our towns do not have plan and this easily pose a challenge during disasters of there can be a proper plan it could attract investors both locally and internationally," he said.
The County Assembly Member said the three motions he already presented to the house had been passed and was yet to submit the remaining two.