Speaking to Yours Truly at the Bukom Boxing Arena, before the national team, the Black Bombers moved to Cape Coast for further training in a cool, calm and serene atmosphere he said this time round he wants to make a name for himself, so he is going all out to the finals.
According to Wahid who represented Ghana at the last Olympic Games in Brazil, he wants to leave a legacy in amateur boxing.
Wahid Omar is from the Wisdom Boxing Club where Bastie Samir and Issa Samir came from.
He has been in the Black Bombers for a period and feels Gold Coast 2018 is another good event for Ghana Boxing to show its true colours.
“We have to display the red, yellow and green with the Black Star on the medals podium, in fact I have learnt a lot after the Olympic Games and this time, am going all out” he added.
Abdul Wahid Omar, the only boxer at the 2016 Olympic Games lost in the first round after he was edged-out by his Argentinian opponent Alberto Ezequiel Melian in the Men's 56 kilogramme bantamweight category.
The team will be in camp for one month under the supervision of assistant coaches Akai Nettey and Lartekwei Lartey as the head coach Ofori Asare is currently in Ethiopia conducting an AIBA coaching course.
By Sammy Heywood Okine