tery besides at the shrines of
    Ɔɽ̃ɔ̃mila [ ˩ ˥ ˩ ˩ ], Esu [ ˩ ˩ ] and
    Oɽiolɛ [ ˥ ˥ ˩ ]. If the husband has
    no Erha [ ˥ ˥ ] himself, i.e. if he is
    a junior son, his eldest brother
    must perform the ese [ ˩ ˩ ]. In
    case the senior brother dislikes
    his junior brother or the culprit
    woman, he sends for the
    ɔka‿ɛgbɛe [ ˩ ˥ ˥ (4-1) ], the head of
    the sib who will insist on all
    the amount paid by the para-
    mour (or damages) being used
    for the sacrifice as well as the
    money received by the woman
    (as a present); then the husband
    cannot keep any of the money
    paid to him by the paramour
    as he would otherwise do, esp.
    as the ɔka‿ɛgbɛe comes ac-
    companied by other elders of the
    sib, and must be entertained.