Odo Otin is a local government area in Osun State, Nigeria. It has an area of 294 km² and a population of 134,110 as of the 2006 Nigerian census. The LGA takes its name from the Otin River, which traverses it. The headquarters of the LGA is in the town of Okuku.

Odo Otin is a predominantly agricultural area, with the major crops being cocoa, yam, and cassava. The LGA also has a small mining industry, with the main mineral being limestone. The people of Odo Otin are predominantly Yoruba, with a small minority of Hausa and Fulani. The main language spoken in the LGA is Yoruba. Odo Otin is a relatively poor area, with a high illiteracy rate and a low life expectancy.

The main challenges facing the LGA are poverty, unemployment, and inadequate infrastructure. Here are some additional facts about Odo Otin: The LGA was created in 1996. The major towns in the LGA are Okuku, Inisa, and Ila Orangun. The LGA is home to the Osun State University, OKUKU Campus. The LGA is a popular tourist destination, with attractions such as the Otin River, the Ila Orangun Hill, and the Osun Osogbo Sacred Grove. Odo Otin is a vibrant and diverse community with a rich history and culture. The LGA is home to a hardworking and resilient people who are determined to improve their lives and the lives of their children.

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