In the first episode of The Long Form, one of the news highlights discussed was the appeal made by Chantal Ngwinondebe’s family to the court’s acquittal of the Baho Hospital medics responsible for her untimely death. The New Times’ Hudson Kuteesa joined Sanny Ntayombya and dived into the case details including the alleged medical malpractices. The conversation around whether Rwanda’s health sector can be trusted, and together they answer the question: Do hospitals have a case to answer? One of the topics that sparked interest last week is that of 15-year-old Mustafa Nzamwita who was given a two year suspended sentence for possession and sale of cannabis, and Ntayombya delves into the role society played in it all. Another issue that didn’t go unnoticed was the findings of the corruption perception index that ranked Rwanda 4th least corrupt country in Africa.