Admiral Kouamé went on to speak about his role in the trial of General Guéi’s presumed assassins: “The trial, from the investigation to the end, was a challenge for me. A challenge because you had to judge generals, then you had to be precise to make sure you were not wrong.”
Admiral Kouamé is also known and respected for his important and generous civil contribution: “ Every month, I set aside 300,000 francs. . . .half of my bonus as a military magistrate . . . These are savings . . .that can be made to redistribute to our population, and that's what I did. . . .to help the population with little. Look, one day students from the modern high school of Arrah came to see me to be their godfather and they presented me with a quote of 4 million. I told them that if I have money, it is to make sustainable works, I will built eight for the modern high school of Arrah, four for girls and four for boys.”
Admiral Kouamé is also the author of several books including: "The impact of court decisions on human resources management in the armed forces of Côte d'Ivoire".