The Frenchman, whose job was to ensure smooth running of FIFA, and World Cup in particular, was right-hand man to now banned FIFA President, Sepp Blatter.
Valcke's ban was announced on Thursday by Fifa's independent ethics committee
FIFA said the fine was for a number of offences including "alleged violation of the general rules of conduct" and "accepting gifts and other benefits"
This followed the suspension for 90 days of both the FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, and Secretary General, Jerome Valcke
A source with knowledge of the investigation said it was Valcke who authorised a payment of $10 million to accounts controlled by a former football official, now under criminal investigation
The NFF has been given till midnight of Monday, September 1, 2014 to comply or face sanctions
It was also learnt that another letter was written detailing corruption charges levelled against Maigari that compelled the operatives of the Department of State Service to invite him for questioning on arrival from Brazil
In the letter dated July 4, 2014 and obtained by The Eagle Online on Friday, the world's football governing body said it was aware that court processes had been served on Maigari and the members of the Executive Board of the NFF sequel to…
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