Former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode on Friday hosted the founder of Facebook group Rant HQ Suzan Coker.
According to Mr Fani-Kayode, the UK-based entrepreneur was part of guests who paid his family a visit.
In a Facebook post on Saturday, the ex-minister said he never knew most of his female staff were members of Rant HQ.
“It was an honor for us to receive the great Suzan Ade Coker of Rant HQ amongst numerous other guests in our home for New Years Day lunch yesterday,” he wrote.
“I didn’t realise that most of my female staff are members of her Rant HQ Facebook group and amongst her greatest fans.
“The whole place shook with excitement when she arrived! I thank Susu of the Most High for gracing us with her prescence!”
Igbere TV reports that Coker started the group in 2017 with the name ‘Yoruba Feems’. She changed the name to become a platform where people can rant about their lives and spouses all at their own detriment. The group now has more than a million members.
Coker has been divorced for some years. Her visit, Fani-Kayode’s critics, said in the comment section of the Facebook post comes at a questionable time as the former minister is separated from his wife Precious Chikwendu.
Fani-Kayode had last year denied any move to remarry after critics raised alarm following an increase in visits by his female friends.