Anda in Chabacano means to go. It is the word we use when one uses the verb ir in Spanish. The verb andar in Spanish though has many meanings. In fact I found one meaning of this in wordreference.com which is quite similar to the Chabacano meaning. This usage though is found only in South America. Here are sample sentences on how it is used in that region:
Spanish: anda a comprar el periódico
English: go and buy the newspaper
Here are other uses of the Chabacano anda:
In bidding farewell:
Anda ya yo
I’m going/ I’m leaving
Chabacano: Anda tu na pueblo?
English: Are you going to the downtown area?
Chabacano: Ya anda le compra comida
English: He went and bought food
Chabacano: Anda tu conversa con aquel gente (command)
English: Go speak with that person
Chabacano: Anda kita na Manila
English: Let’s go Manila