The Primary Court of Kicukiro has, for the seventh time, postponed the trial of two Baho International Hospital medics who are charged with involuntary manslaughter. The postponement is due to the fact that the judge in charge of it, Lillian Kayitesi, is currently on leave. The medics, Dr. Alfred Mugemanshuro, an anaesthesiologist, and Dr. Gaspard Ntahonkiriye, a gynaecologist, are being prosecuted in relation to the death of Chantal Ngwinondebe, a female patient who died at the hospital after they had carried out a procedure to remove an intrauterine device from her body. Since last year, the trial has been postponed several times mainly due to the fact that the prosecutors were having a hard time obtaining a certain report that is considered as a key piece of evidence. The report in question was compiled by the Ministry of Health (MoH) after carrying out a probe into the operations of the hospital, after the death of Ngwinondebe. It is this report that allegedly informed the closure of the hospital before it was reopened, later on working in a new facility. The New Times understands that the MoH provided the report to the prosecution, a development that meant that the trial can proceed. According to information from court, the trial will take place on November 18.