Those were words uttered by Wanita Umno vice chief Shahrizat Abdul Jalil to the media after the wing's June leadership transition plan was announced in August.
She had repeatedly given the assurance that she would not challenge Rafidah Aziz for the leadership. She would also not accept any nominations to contest the post.
"What happened to this?, " Wanita Umno chief Rafidah Aziz seemed to be asking today.
Yesterday, Shahrizat who obtained 73 nominations, ended speculations when she announced in a two-paragraphed Press statement that she will be challenging her boss e in March.
Rafidah issued an 11-paged statement explaining the situation. She also expressed her disappointment that the transition plan was being disputed and rejected three months after she made the announcement.
She said she appreciated and respected the nominations she received from 117 divisions.
"Ever since I made the announcement, none among the executive council members, or those outside, has questioned it.
"In fact, Datuk Seri Shahrizat herself, either during four-eye meetings, in executive council (meetings), and in news conferences, has repeatedly affirmed that she will not contest the post even if she is nominated, that she will abide by the transition plan, that she will abide by the advice of top party leaders.
"In fact, she said, she would keep her words, that "my word is my honour'. All these have been reported in the media," she said.
Rafidah also said that she had no reason to believe that there would be turmoil after the completion of the nomination process.
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