Frédéric Fernand Guirma (born 27 April 1931, Ouagadougou) is a diplomat, writer and politician from Burkina Faso. In 1959 he became the president of the trade union centre CATC. From 1960 to 1963 he was the Republic of Upper Volta's first Ambassador to the United States. He was also Permanent Representative to the United Nations. He heads the conservative political party Front de Refus or RDA. He gained 5.87% of the vote in the 1998 presidential election.
- Princess of the full moon (African folklore), 1969
- Tales of Mogho: African Stories from Upper Volta, 1971
- Library of Congress name authority file
- Kabeya Muase, Charles. Syndicalisme et démocratie en Afrique noire: l'expérience du Burkina Faso, 1936-1988. Abidjan: Inadès édition, 1988. p. 55
- Daniel Miles McFarland, Historical Dictionary of Upper Volta (Haute Volta), 1978, p. 86
- Elections Today, Vol. 8, No. 1 (Winter 1999), p. 29
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