This is a traditional Mwinika story of the Mwiikhopololo (a type of lizard) and the Nipalaka (a type of large locust or grasshopper).
It was the time of the dry season that uncontrolled bush fires rage. The lizard dug a hole to serve as his home. Then one day about mid-day there came an uncontrolled bush fire. The lizard fled into his home to avoid it. At the time of the fire the grasshopper was fleeing in front of the fire. As he was fleeing he came across the hole of the lizard and fled into it to avoid the fire. After the fire was over the grasshopper thanked the lizard and turned around and jumped out of the hole. As he jumped out his powerful back legs poked out the eyes of the lizard, the owner of the home there, that he had fled into.
The moral: Guests who stay with you always leave destruction in their wake.