Good governance is the process where leaders' actions are justified by effectively manifesting quality assurance and responding to problems by combating insecurity, corruption, poverty, and providing quality health, education and other social amenities to the people.
Sustainable wealth among the citizens can be actualized by good governance to ease stress. Therefore, effective governance will establish institutions that will develop and build the society to adhere to rules.
In the discourse of good governance, governing based on good conscience and with an entire positive mind, self, and right senses will be commendable.
Dedicating the entire right sense to the development of the administration without fear or favor by espousing wrongs like deceit, fraud, and bribery defines good governance.
Also, when governance is effective, issues of trustworthiness, development, accountability, transparency, and strict observance of the law by chasing away nepotism, tribalism, graft conducts, bribery, looting, and fraud will be enough to justify it.
In conclusion, no governance can be effective, efficient, progressive, protective, sustainable, and accountable without integrity and morality.