Beautiful and graceful Nollywood actress, Grace Amah had been away for a while to tend family matters especially the birth of her baby, but now, the Ebonyi State-born thespian is back to continue her Nollywood rise. In this interview with Daily Times, the actress revealed that the problem of the industry is that there are many factions which do not want to submit to the leadership of Actors Guild of Nigeria, AGN, led by Ibinabo Fiberesima. She spoke about the currentr different kinds of hustles and power struggles between Emeka Ike and Ibinabo Fiberesima. She said, "But Nollywood needs to be reinvented. We need to reposition the industry and act as one. There are different groups that do not want to be under the leadership of the Actor’s Guild of Nigeria, Ibinabo Fiberesinma. They operate on their own." The fair-skinned actress offered her version of the way forward for the improvement of Nollywood. READ ALSO: Saraki’s cousin, Kwara commissioner arraigned for contract scam "I think the industry needs is a strong leadership with a code of conduct and every other thing will fall in place. It is only in Nollywood that people come in without following the rules. "The re-positioning of the industry will begin when we start to define rules to guide actions of members so that those who come in will feel that they have to be checked and not behave anyhow. The fault is in ourselves "I do hope that the movie industry would return to those glorious days when practitioners were known for creativity and not this mad chase for money at the expense of good work. Nollywood should earn respect from viewers and fans and not to be seen as an organization of loose women and men, drug addicts or home destroyers," she advised. Click And Read More From your social media marketing partner