Governance is about improving the quality of life making the good standards of living high.
Here is a list of African countries who are governed by families usually between the fathers and sons or nephews.
Togo was ruled by then President Gnassingbé Eyadéma for 38 years (1967-2005). His son, President Faure Gnassingbé has ruled since 2005.
Gabon was ruled by then President Omar Bongo for 42 years (1967-2009). His son, President Ali Bongo has ruled since 2009.
The country was ruled by then President Francisco Nguema for 11 years (1968-1979). His nephew, President Teodoro Mbasogo has ruled since 1979.
Also his son, Teodorin has been his Vice President since 2016.
Chad was ruled by then President Idriss Deby from 1990-2021. His son, President Mahamat Deby has ruled since 2021.
The country was ruled by then President Hassan Aptidon for 22 years (1977-1999).
His nephew, President Ismaïl Omar Guelleh has now ruled the country since 1999.