In Ghana, “Chaley” is commonly used among friends or acquaintances, especially young people. It’s similar to saying “dude”, “man”, or “bro” in English. The word is derived from the Ghanaian Pidgin English language, a Creole language that developed as a means of communication between English-speaking colonizers and locals who spoke various “African” languages. “Chaley” is often used as a friendly greeting or endearment among friends.
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