Also demanded by Mr Ranguma was Kenya Integrated Electoral Management System (KIEMS) logins
“Through this we will know the total number of people who turned up to vote and whether all of those who turned up were accounted for,” said Mr Onsongo.
He also asked for copies of all statutory forms so that they can see how they were completed, who signed them amongst others.
Justice Majanja however said further orders will be granted on October 17 based on evidence adduced.
Mr Ranguma filed the petition contesting the election of Prof Nyong’o as Kisumu Governor.
The respondents in the case are IEBC, Governor Nyong'o and the Kisumu County Returning Officer John Cox Lorionokou.
Mr Ranguma who has accused IEBC of mismanaging the August 8 polls, wants Prof Nyong’o’s win nullified arguing that the announcement and declaration was erroneous.
"We also want a recount and audit of voters [after which] Ranguma would be found to have been properly elected," said Mr Onsongo.