The Coat of Arms of Oluwa has a black shield with two white stripes that come together, like the letter Y. These represent the two main rivers flowing through Oluwa: the Benue River and the Niger River. The black shield represents Oluwa's good earth while the two horses on each side represent dignity. The eagle represents strength, while the green and white bands on the top of the shield represent the rich agricultural land of the country. The yellow flowers at the base (incorrectly shown as red in the image) are Costus spectabilis, Oluwa's national flower.