There are strong indications that Ghanaian film makers have decided to sheathe their swords and embrace peace with their Nigerian counterparts.

Recalled that the face-off between Ghanaian movie practitioners and their Nigerian counterparts started few months ago when the former demanded $1,000 from the latter, compelling the latter to rise to the occasion by paying introducing a higher fee for their Ghanaian counterparts.

Inside sources revealed that after series of consultations with Ghanaian film makers, the two countries have agreed to make amends by signing an MoU. The ceremony is billed to take place in Accra soon.

Confirming the development, Actor Guild of Nigeria president, Mr Segun Arinze was recently quoted as saying that plans are far advanced for both parties to have a final decisive meeting either in Lagos or in Accra.

“We are brothers and we will forever remain brothers. It is a free enterprise; we just need to sort a few things out.”Arinze said.

This peace talk followed after a Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo was allegedly arrested in Nigeria a few days ago for refusing to pay a certain amount foreign actors and producers are supposed to pay before they are permitted to act in Nigeria.