Dokolo District has been in existence for four years now, after gaining a district status in July 2006. Over the years, it has registered tremendous milestones in terms of good governance and quality service delivery to the population.
The district has 10 sub-counties of Agwata, Batta, Dokolo, Kangai, Kwera, Okwongodul, Adeknino, Amwoma, Adok, Okwalongwen, with 1 town council. It has 60 parishes and 474 villages with a total area of approximately 1,352 km2. Five new Sub-Counties namely: Adok, Amwoma, Adeknino, Okwalongwen and Okwongodul commenced operations on July 1, 2010.
Mr. John Baptist Okello Okello
I wish to thank my district Excutive Committee who helped my administration to steer the district to great development that people of Dokolo are proud of. My Executive Committee Members are: Hon Joseph Enyonu Enyabu, Vice Chairman and Secretary
Mr. Anyanga Ben
During my term of office so far, many more ministries have come to Dokolo District to find out what is going on interms of District operations. Examples include Ministry Of Health, Director NAADS(National Agricultural Advisory Services), Ministry Of Local Government.
"The district’s vision is to have “a Harmonious and Prosperous Society in Sustainable Development”
The district’s overall mission statement is “To initiate, finance and execute plans in conformity with national policies to enhance harmony, prosperity and economic empowerment in sustainable development’’
The District’s values is to provide basic services in conformity to the national policies to achieve improved welfare of the people of Dokolo District.
The mandate of the District is to achieve sustainable development through economic empowerment of the population.