Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday said he has no plans to sell any of his shares.
Zuckerberg’s announcement comes a day after the social media giant reported its fourth-quarter earnings.
Facebook has been struggling to regain the trust of consumers, particularly in areas of the U.S. where it has struggled to reach users.
The company has struggled in China and the U, where the Internet is often used as a conduit for illicit activities.
The Wall Street Journal first reported Zuckerberg’s comments.
Zuckerberg said he plans to use his personal fortune to help support “our companies and our people.”
He did not say how much he has invested in Facebook, but the company said in a statement that he “has an ownership stake of approximately 25% in Facebook.”
Zuckerberg has been one of Facebook’s most vocal critics, particularly of its platform for people to post photos and videos.
The platform has been criticized for allowing people to share content that is offensive to them and for allowing fake news stories to spread on its platform.
Zuckerberg has said he wants to take Facebook back to the original vision of how it was meant to work, and he has pledged to continue to work to improve the platform.