Shingi Mararike is a news correspondent for Sky News.
Shinhi covers a range of national and international news stories.
He was previously at The Sunday Times, where his stories often focused on social affairs and race.
Shingi’s reporting about children using corrosive fluids as a weapon kickstarted the paper’s “Acid Attack Britain” campaign, eventually leading to a ban in the sale of these substances to under 18s.
He also reported extensively on child criminal exploitation linked to county lines drug gangs and covered the Black Lives Matter movement in the summer of 2020.
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