Egwim came into the game in the 81 minutes after replacing Ocheme Edoh but eight minutes later, he was taken straight to hospital after fracturing his left shin in a challenge with the goalkeeper of El-Kanemi, Kazeem Yekini.
"Don't dispair, we will fly him abroad for proper treatment," governor Ugwuanyi told fear-stricken Rangers players and officials at the sight of the player's injury.
Meanwhile, the Flying Antelope's forward, Chisom Egbuchulam was emotionally upset despite scoring a hat-trick and going home with the final day match ball.
Egbuchulam scored twice from the penalty spot on the night to claim his second hat-trick of the season, but said that there was nothing to celebrate about the hat-trick with his teammate down and out with career-threatening fracture injury.
"If there is anything to be happy about, it is the fact that Rangers have won the league title and broken a 32-year yoke," Egbuchulam said to Completesportsnigeria.com.
"Besides, we're part of this achivement but then, it does not call for joy that I scored three goals with my fellow striker suffering a serious injury," he added as he forded the sea of heads out after the trophy presentation.