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Joseph Mambuliya is chair of the RMT London Underground cleaners grade committee, and is standing for TUSC in Barking.
Pete Mason spoke to Joseph about why he's standing.
How did you get active in the RMT?
When I started working as a cleaner on the London Underground in 2002, I saw the way the cleaners were being treated and bullied. It reached a point where their self-esteem was so low that they couldn't defend themselves.
Barking and Dagenham Post
A "low-paid" worker on the Underground is standing as Barking's Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate in May after witnessing the "awful treatment" of cleaners on the Tube.
By Anna Silverman
Joseph Mambuliya, of Roycraft Avenue, Barking, has won the backing of the local railway workers' union and is now seeking national support from the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT).
The 54-year-old is a health and safety representative and was inspired by the late RMT leader, Bob Crow, to take an active part in the struggle for higher wages.
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