The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the students were also seen carrying placards with different inscriptions kicking against alleged closure of the portal meant for the payment of school fees and others.
Oladeja Olawale, the Student Union Government (SUG) President who led the protest told NAN that major demands of the students included reopening and extension of school fees portal to the end of the session.
Olawale said the expressway would be closed with the protest continuing till all their demands were met by the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Abdul-Rasheed Na-Alllah.
Reacting, the Public Relations officer of the University, Habib Yakoob, said the management would sit with the students union to address their demands.
NAN reports that the protest led to a serious gridlock along the expressway with motorists and other road users spending hours before reaching their destinations.