Port Harcourt is a gulf city in the state of Rivers in Southeast Nigeria and is quickly becoming the capital for the blooming oil industry in the country. Most speak English, but Igbo is the dominant language.
Port Harcourt is second largest southern city of Nigeria. The city is enriched with raw oil which attracts thousands of potential businesses to invest and trade locally. Port Harcourt is one of the most beautiful West African cities, blessed with deep sea ports and natural sandy beaches. It was named as Port Harcourt by Sir Lewis Viscount Harcourt back in 1913.