Check your manual for rpmbuild, specifically the --target PLATFORM option. As Neo pointed out you will need some 32 bit libraries installed on your 64 bit OS to be available to do this cross compiling.
Thanks for all the suggestions, however, my OS is not 64 bit. It is 32 bit.
But I am not sure if the installer (source) for OpenSSL from this site "https://www.openssl.org/source/" is 64 bit or 32 bit as it does not clearly mention anything about the OpenSSL packages available there.
So the reason that I post the question in this forum is because I think that the OpenSSL package that I download from the link above is 64 bit, and I need to use (compile/install) it on a 32 bit system.
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