Over millennia, many nations have moved from place to place. For example, the Romani People migrated from the Indian subcontinent towards Europe. Many other nations have undergone similar migrations. Have any of these nations returned to their ancient homeland?
Of course, our genetic beings as humans all came from Africa, this question does not contradict that fact. But our cultures and customs - the things that make a group of people a nation - do have origins in differing places on the planet. That is why I use the term "nation" in the question, and not the term "people". I do refer to the nation of the Romani People how they refer to themselves. The word "People" in that sentence is part of a proper noun, and clearly a synonym of the term "nation" in that context.