Something strange happened to me when I visited Togo, our neighboring country. In the car, the person sitting next to me unintentionally stepped on me, and I screamed Charlie! Then he revealed that you are a Ghanaian! How did you find out? Charlie, you just said it! He’s from Nigeria.
I’m having trouble determining the “charley” epoch “However, it has long been used in Ghanaian slang.
It is yet another distinguishing feature that distinguishes Ghanaians wherever they go. It’s a different way of saying “hello” or “hi.” “Depending on the circumstances, it can also be referred to as buddy, paddy, or a friend, as well as drawing a friend’s audience.
Now! Why do Ghanaians say or use the word “Charlie”? It is more indigenous and more relatable than other words.
For example, Charlie meki go! That is, let’s go, buddy….