Just for shˇts & giggles, I entered the tracking # on DHL's site (not the links in the email eek). It's apparently an actual shipment, but sent to a woman in Indiana. I called DHL and they had me forward the email and a PDF of the tracking page to their fraud department.

BTW, if you scan halfway down the email, it says I can have the "package" forwarded to me for a $170 redirect fee — paid to one Mr. Aniemena John! shocked

Pretty clever. They set up a straw shipment so it looks legit, and some poor dumb schmuck will take the bait.