Bunu-Tai communiity engage in fishing and farming as part of the livelihoods and socioeconomic activities. Located in Tai Local Government area of River State, Nigeria, bounded by Bori camp and Khana local Government across Ogoniland. On 10th October 2013, Shells pipeline across the community burst and spills on community s farmlands and fish ponds due to an equipment failure by Shells installations, thereby affected neighbouring communities such as Nonwa Tai and Borobara Tai. The community members who are well known to be very hard working framers and depend on their farmlands and rivers around them to sustain themselves and their families have been engaged in this trade from their inception as mentioned by a community leader. The community has a large number of farmers, civil servants, fishermen and traders and equally vast deposits of crude oil which has contributed in revenue to the Nigerian government. Tai has an estimated population of about 5,200 inhabitants. Other several more small villages were also affected, unfortunately the spill has been left unabated since it occurred. Shell however declined to publicly ascertain the incidence while the community people awaits due compensation and clean up by SPDC.