From: camara amadu [email@example.com]The email solicits replies to firstname.lastname@example.org and was sent to a spam trap. The "African Development Humanitarian Council" does not exist (although there are many agencies with similar names) and the domain adhcouncil.org was registered in April with fake WHOIS details. Of course, the spammer might not be associated with the domain name, but in any case the whole lot is some sort of scam and should be avoided.
Date: 10 November 2013 14:23
Subject: FOOD STUFF NEEDED URGENTLY
Signed by: gmail.com
African Development Humanitarian Council
Is ready to purchase the listed bellow foodstuffs.
5. Vegetable Oil
As an authorised foodstuffs agent. This is 2013 foodstuffs supply
contract project from African Development Humanitarian Council
The foodstuffs is for the sustenance of refugees of war affected
countries, Like Côte d'Ivoire, Somalia, Sudan, Liberia and others.
Payment has been made to be 100% full payment by Telegraphic swift
Transfer (T/T) after signing of the contract agreement with the
contract awarding board of directors in Mali.
If your Company can supply any of these products please reply me, then
I will help you to get the contract through my office. You will
receive the complete payment of the contract value before shipping
your goods. Port of destination is TOGO LOME Sea Port.
It's hard to say exactly what the scam is. Probably some sort of advanced fee fraud, but in any case you should ignore this particular solicitation.