Otulu is one of the ten villages of Ahiara, Imo State, Nigeria. It has nine hamlets, namely:
Ogwugwu is the name of the village deity, and deities of this name are found in many parts of Igboland. The people of Otulu have a large market called Nkwo Otulu. The community is mainly Catholic with Parish called St. Joseph Catholic Parish Otulu. They have one secondary School, Community Secondary School Otulu built by the community in the early eighties. Before the secondary school, there existed two primary schools, St Joseph Primary school Otulu being the foremost and Group School Otulu. A huge number of Otulu people are university graduates - Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers, Accountants, Teachers, Reverend Fathers, Reverend Sisters, Civil Servants, Business men, and petty traders. Like all other Igbo people, Otulu men and women are very industrious and can be found in many towns and cities across the globe.
Category:Populated places in Imo State