Punctuation question

I have a character who is relaying what transpired when she was spying on a conversation the previous day and wants to quote the person.

This is how I wrote it … but I am not sure it entirely correct. Anyone ?

“And Gura at one point assures Afzal that, quote, I will bring him here for you to deliver his fate, unquote.”

Or is there a better way ?

You could write it as you’ve done, but it would then be legitimate for the reader to assume that the female who is reporting this speech actually speaks the words “quote… …unquote” - which, although a current 21st-century Western idiom, is not one, I imagine, that you intend the reader to believe is used in this case.

So the alternatives are either to use reported speech, as in:

“And Gura at one point assures Afzal that he will bring him here for Afzal to deliver his fate.”

Or to use quotation marks within quotation marks, as:

“And Gura at one point assures Afzal: ‘I will bring him here for you to deliver his fate.’”

But note, the inner quotation marks should be single if the outer ones are double - or vice versa - and the closing quotes really can line up as a single and a double, all in a row.