Speaking to The Chronicle, Mr Goodwine Mureriwa said Moyo lacked consistency and lacks ideology. Mureriwa said:
He simply lacks consistency and principle that is why when he decided to stand as an independent candidate in Tsholotsho he was saying Zanu-PF was a sunset party, led by an old and stagnant clique and surprisingly that Zanu-PF was under the leadership of President Mugabe. He even said that President Mugabe in 2008 will lose to a donkey. At the moment, he is propping up factionalism, which is not in the interest of the party.
Another analyst Mr Tendai Toto concurred with Mureriwa and said:
On one hand he professes and confesses loyalty to President Mugabe and Zanu-PF, but if he continues to denounce senior party members on social media, defy a directive by Zanu-PF against social media attacks, he is demonstrably disloyal to the Zanu-PF party structures and protocol.
Other analysts such as Maxwell Saungweme said Prof Moyo had no moral ground to talk about loyalty. South African based analyst Mr Tinashe Tiki also said that the trio of Moyo, Patrick Zhuwao and Saviour Kasukuwere is leading to a faction.