Tai is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Rivers state, Nigeria. It is part of the Okrika/Oyigbo/Tai/Eleme constituency of the Nigerian Senate, represented since April 2007 by George Thompson Sekibo. The inhabitants of this area are mainly the Ogoni tribe. The languages spoken in this area area Tee and Baan languages. The communities in Tai are: Ban-Ogoi, Bara-Ale, Bara-Alue, Barayira, Borobara (a central community), Botem, Bunu, Deeyor Kira, Gbam, Gbene-Ue, Horo, Kebara Kira, Korokoro (the seat of the Tai monarch), Koroma, Kpite, Nonwa Tai (Kebara), Nonwa Uedume, Orkpo, Sime, Ueken, Kporghor and Gio.
Tai local government area is divided in two broad sections and they are: the Tua Tua Kingdom and the Barasi Nonwa Kingdom, both under the overall Tai kingdom headed by the Gbene Mene Tai. The primary occupations are farming, and fishing to a lesser degree. There are many oil wells in the LGA, which are laced with pipelines, with most of the oil installations being operated by Shell Nigeria.