Former FIFA and CAF executive committee member, Amos Adamu, is to face a second ban for unethical conduct.
The judging chamber of the FIFA ethics committee, chaired by Hans-Joachim Eckert, says it has opened proceedings after ethics prosecutors requested a two-year ban for charges including conflict of interest.
The investigations against Adamu conducted by Cornel Borbély, chairman of the investigatory chamber of the Ethics Committee, were opened on nineth of March twenty-fifteen and the final report was passed to the adjudicatory chamber on second of December, twenty- sixteen.
Details were not specified, though Amos Adamu was investigated in a Michael Garcia-led probe of the twenty- eighteen and twenty- twenty-two World Cup bidding contests.
Adamu, who was an executive committee member in twenty-ten when Russia and Qatar won hosting rights, did not vote while suspended by the ethics committee for seeking bribes in an undercover sting.
Adamu was later banned for three years and lost his positions with FIFA and the Confederation of African Football, CAF.
The judging chamber says Adamu can request a hearing.