apt: error while loading shared libraries: libcgmanager.so.0. Cannot boot into PC

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[1] “apt: error while loading shared libraries: libcgmanager.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory”
I was installing drivers for Intel DE-10 Nano on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS while a debian package broke down the entire apt command working and booting process resulting into Kernel Panic. I have used live USB to boot into my system but I don’t know how to correct this error.
Also, I cannot install anything using apt command as it gets the error as prompted whenever I try to use apt command. Is there anyway I can get around with error?

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