After several postponements, the trial of two medics of Baho International Hospital, charged with involuntary manslaughter is set to take place in October. The medics: Dr. Alfred Mugemanshuro, an anesthesiologist, and Dr. Gaspard Ntahonkiriye, a gynecologist, are being prosecuted in line with the death of Chantal Ngwinondebe, a female patient who checked into the hospital mid-last year seeking the removal of an intrauterine device from her body, but died after the operation. Their trial, which was first scheduled to take place in November last year, has been rescheduled six times, all due to the fact that the prosecutors and lawyers of the plaintiff were having a hard time obtaining a certain report from the Ministry of Health (MoH). The report in question was compiled by experts from MoH after carrying out a probe into the operations of Baho Hospital in the aftermath of the death of Chantal Ngwinondebe – the woman for whom the two medics are being sued. The report is considered key evidence in the case, since it is what informed the closure of the hospital mid last year. The New Times understands that the MoH has now provided the report to the court, a development that means that the case can now go on. Meanwhile, Baho International Hospital was reopened earlier this year. Dr Corneille Ntihabose, the Head of Clinical and Public Health Services Department at the MoH, said they were convinced by the improvements made by the hospital. “We were convinced on how they fulfilled all the recommendations we had given them before closure, and as a matter of fact, they have changed the building among many other improvements,” he said earlier this year. The hospital operates in a new Rwf10 billion building located in Nyarutarama near Christian Life Assembly church.