A Parish priest in Kamuli recently sent his flock in bewilderment when he baptised over 80 children at the roadside.
Trouble started when the catechists failed to oblige to his prior instruction of dividing the children in groups (obubondo) of 20, in a bid to accumulate more funds from the expected 15,000 per kabondo.
Enraged by the loss, the priest removed his robes and left the church, entered his car and drove off.
He stopped a distance of four miles from the church after the parishioners rang him pleading with him to carry out the baptism.
Hopefully they will get their children to be actually baptized since surely a group baptism is invalid. As far as I know the only group sacrament would be group absolution in an emergency situation, which still has to be followed up with individual confession if they survive.