Koyra Chiini is a language spoken in Mali, in the Kayes Region. It is a Songhay language, and is closely related to the Zarma and Songhay languages. It is estimated that there are about 1.5 million speakers of Koyra Chiini.
Koyra Chiini is a tonal language, with two tones, high and low. The language has a complex system of verbal agreement, and a rich vocabulary. Koyra Chiini has been influenced by the French language, and many Koyra Chiini speakers are also fluent in French.
The Koyra Chiini language is used in all aspects of daily life in Mali, from conversation to literature. It is also used in radio and television broadcasts, and in the Mali educational system.