It is said that after arriving in Guniuswa they turned back around again. That is when they went to Ethiopia, where they erected masvingo, or buildings of stone. There are various masvingo that they built there. So once they had built them, that is where the king lived. Their king lived there, in those masvingo.
Then they said, “Let’s move downward,” and they left Ethiopia and returned to Arusha. So their descendants arrived in Guniuswa and settled there. They stayed for some time, and then they said, “Let us journey onward and see how things are further ahead.”
So some of them stayed behind in Guniuswa while others migrated down one side following the coast, and still others migrated down the other side, following the other coast. Then there were others who came straight down the middle.
When those who came down the middle arrived at the Zambezi, they found it was full. They said, “We aren’t capable of fording these waters. What shall we do?” That is when Biri took her cloth, and hit the water, and it parted, and they crossed. As they were exiting, the waters joined back together. And that is how they arrived here.