Ghanaian Pidgin English , also known as Broken, Kroo Brofo, Kru English, Pidgin, Pidgin English is a language of Ghana.
It has over 5,000,000 users in the Greater Accra region: scattered. Used as a lingua franca in multilingual contexts as well as an in-group language among males in secondary schools and universities with the purpose of expressing group solidarity.
Informal settings: playgrounds, on campus, in bars and dorms, in family homes among younger generations. Educated urban males under age 50 are likely to use it in informal settings.
Reportedly similar to Nigerian Pidgin [pcm], Cameroon Pidgin [wes], and Krio [kri].