Nigerian powerlifter, Paul Kehinde, has said that he is out to win a gold medal for the country at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. The paralympian competes in the 65kg Powerlifting and has to compete with body weights from 49 to 72 in his category.
Kehinde has said that he is focused on achieving his aim and the condition of the Village has been helpful.
”I’m focused. There is no problem here in the Village. The only problem that I have is focusing on the Gold medal. And for me to strike gold, I have to lose weight not to be surprised by those weighing less than me”, he said.
Newsbreak.ng reports that Nigeria is yet to win a medal at the ongoing games.