Well for starters, I'd make sure you have an actual file named "libmowgli.so.1" somewhere;
find / -name "libmowgli.so*" 2>/dev/null
Then I'd check and see what conkey is actually looking for;
ldd `which conkey`
Note: That's a "command within a command", that uses the back-tick character (a backwards apostrophy). if "which conkey" returns the name of the script, run the ldd command against the actual binary the script calls.
Now, if your find command returns something like "libmowgli.so.1.0.1", and the "ldd" output for "conkey" is looking for plain old "libmowgli.so.1", then you can create a symbolic link to help "conkey" out.
ln -s /path/to/the/real/libarary /path/to/the/libarary/conkey/wants
ln -s /usr/lib/libmowgli.so.1.0.1 /usr/lib/libmowgli.so.1