The Odu title is exclusive to women of the town. Daughters of the town can take the title. Those that are not from the town but are married to men of the town can also take the title. Acquisition of the title does not bestow on one spiritual rights and privileges. The Odu title is purely a social title and may be taken by Christians and non-Christians. It is unlike the Ozo title that confers on one a priestly status. It is also not political, like the Ndichie title, but in the past, candidates for the Omu title must be a member of the society. Members of the Omu’s cabinet must also take the Odu title. Members of the Otu Odu wear large ivory bracelets on both hands and feet as a mark of affluence and don white wrappers during special occasions.